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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 June 1899

4 0, r 5f TUH; OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PROHLB'8 PARTY OF RKNO COUNT!. HUTCHINSON, KAN8AP. TfHJIlSDAY. JUNE 1, 1 800. NO. 39. VOL. 0. ACCEPT THE MONEY. Payment of tha So'.d'.ers of the Cuban Army Begm OPPOSITION PRACTICALLY KILLED. Uauv Apply ul llrluu Arm W lions dmiieit AreNotun 111 Llal-llilmu OflU'lala Now AwUI lu lUe Work, Ka i'o mi, Mny Momliiy'tt event lu connecVlon with tilt) pigment ul' the tubun truup entitled to a (!! here fur u ulniiu in tliu American grutuiiy, lime ellectuully killed oil' tliu oppiii tlou lu tliu receipt of the lummy by Jii'lvuten. iu American military cuulen ll U coiiHhJereil that u Hue Mart him been inade unU Unit me ipiobltlou 1h dtsi'euteil, Three hundred private arrived dur ing tiio day to iiiily for payment, but (liouxh lieutenant L'ulmicl lieorge M. J..iUi,iill, ii f tlie Wjihlh Lulled Milieu ii.iiiiury, the ciiuiiiiiHHioiier Hiiperiii tanning' I lie ilihiiibiiliuu here, Kept hut ofilee open from 10 n, lit. to i p. in., only 11 could be paid during ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 June 1899

THE GAZETTE, X. Q, NETTLETON CO, B. Q. NlTTl.ITOd. KiL HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. EANSAI ITEMS OF INTFREI, . Ilesvy rains arc reported throughout tha state. Strawberries, ere now down to cen tring price, ' ' ' Many of tha Kansas farmers ara p ut ting In a big crop of broom corn this year. " 1 If tha rains continue it will knock tha hot winds out, which arrive later In the summer. The prlnolpal difference between Kansas of '01 and the Kansas of '80, Is that the Kansas of '00 had to cross the ocean to find the enemy, From present Indication this will be n prosperous year for Kansas, Good prospects for a big crop of everything that Is planted, and a demand for all classes of mechanics and laboring men at good wages. On May 20 another splendid rain full throughout Sheridan county, doing great good to wheat, which Is gener ally good, but backward on account of t lie cold weather. The prospects now are that Sheridan county will raise a pood wheat orop. Corn planting is progressing favorably, and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 June 1899

8TAMP NOT REDEEMARLE INSTRUCTIVE OBJECT LESSON FOR THE PEOPLE. Although Uuele Bam Refuse to Yak Hack 1'oiUge Stamps Eicnpt for Can cellation, Thejr oin Always be Bold at far The Reason Why, Did you know that the government had refused to redeem its postage stamps In (fold or any other kind of money? Worse than that, It won't even exchange other postage stamps for them. Oue of our friends recently sunt a dollar's worth of new postage stamps lu payment of his subscription. On calling at the postolllce and asking the stamp clerk to give us the cash on them he answered that he was selling postage stampB, not buying tliem. lie wns then requested to exchungc one cent stamps for the twos, but he sim ply pointed to a printed notice that Uncle Bum does not exchange stamps. Expecting that ns soon an this became known slamps would depreciate, we hurried to a drug store und received face vuhiojor llieui, In cash, and they are still selling at par ull over the city. It seems strange how this is....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 June 1899

IDutcblnooh a3ctte. XCnterad at the poitoffloe In Hutohlason, Iansai M saooud olsat nwttxf . I.t. NETTLETON CO. rSirlter. Of 4DMoaimMi tl.W nut Taa UP C. B. SIDLINQKR, Tlio Druggist Ffeecriptloni a BradaJty. MorUj Main Street Jluteiilnton A few of Hume villainous Ci bans re fuse to be bought. Something should t dune with them. Tbeyare tbe kind that breed revolutions. Tub noted Frenob statesman Tal leyrand, giving, a definition of busi ness, said It was "tbe accumulation of tbe property of others." Living Issues' reumrks, "If tbe jrovernuient Is to be expected to con trol anything, it should first own It. 3fo one could then dispute the right to control." Yes! Anil if the govern ment attempt to control without own ership, the Interest of Llifl owner Is di rectly opposed to the controller, and under most favorable conditions gov ernment control can be only half suc cessful. But hs a matter of fact It has never done even that well. Ik the government can print money for a bunk that is go...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 June 1899

JJR.J, W. MAGC.Ull, 8PK01AL.ISX, ja Diseases of Eye, Eur, Noso anJ Throat. .flUn.cs Scientifically AdJs.M. OfflM li Hi .soulc tempts, lIululitiiMM, Ksusm. Mfm Gallia Stioup of Nickerson Is 'Tlalilnd at the home of 0. M. Allen on Fifih East. , Mlbi E.Ulla Fleming of Burton, li visiting Id the family of ber uncle, Or Fleming on A, East. Uert Baser spent several days last week among old frlenls. High school lumal meeting ti also a drawing .factor. Burt li permanently employed .In the bank at White Oily. Of the 102 teachers who took the county teeohers reoeut examination, but forty-two secured certificates. Two secured first .trade, twenty-three second grade and seventeen third grade. Some kind of a row occurred anion? the circus men and six left It bere lust Friday. They tell some wooly stories about their treatment, but tben that's Ihe circus of It 34 Ins Rose Graves and her mother, Mrs. Win. Graves of Troy townsli p, wer visiting with the family of A.J. Graves on U, West, Inst week, ...

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

,.v I I ' t DEED OF A Student of Tom Paine Murders His Whole Family and HimsolC SHOCKING TRAGEDY ATJOPLIN Joruw, Mo., May 26. A borrlbls trsjedy was unearthed hers yestei day when the dead bodle of a. family , of fire were found In a tent in tli altera part of Joplln, known as BU Joe hollow. About sl weeks ago Jsnies Edwin Moss and bta family lo eatod In Joplln. The family consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Moss and their three children, aged 13, 10 and t your They camo here from Nevada, Ma, but formerly lived la Jndopondoncq, Mo. Hut little U known of the Musi family's habits or clrcumstunoes, ex cept that Mots had been at work at ono of the mines near by. The family were strangers here and lived vary quietly. Yesturday, whllo two boys wore playing near Moss' tent, thoy noticed p -cat swarms of flics and a very offen sive odor. ' Upon going noarur the tent they discovered the dead bodies of a man probably SO ycurs of age and a woman of about 45, and of a boy and girl. Upon going around 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. — 1 June 1899

DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING. CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. (low Saeeeaaful Farmers Operate T-tS Department of th I-riit -A' Fw , Mints to the Oari of I.W Bimak nl roultrjr.l ' . ,j, J t . J , ' t 1 " I,' r' -losing Orape. ,, j From Formen' Revlew:-Tnll proo- la tbo removal of a email section of tbo bark unrounding tho cane (or tba purpose of obstructing tba down ward flow of aap, which la thereby caused to accumulate in excessive quantities In tba portlona of tba oana abova tha ring, and to supply thoae portlona richly with food materlala. Experiments wera tried last aummer to teat the reaulta of ringing on sev eral varlotloi. The rlngi of bark wera removed In tba period between June 27 and July 8, when tbe grapoa were from one-tblrd to one-half grown, Tha width of tbe ring removed In moat casea was one-half Inch, but on some canea only one-fourth Inch. Tbe fol lowing notes taken at the time of rip enlng ludlcata the reaulta on each varioty: ' . Concord showed the first on the ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 June 1899

I f IHI jrjtt&STIWART, . M North Mala Street. Dr. J, B. Stewart, Sargary, Bpealal atten tion lodltakMi of wun.u . Dr. H. A, Stewart Br. Kar, Tkroat m4 Not. Qlaaae. properly adjusted. JEWELRY. HBSKYZINN.IftrkMaiul ejeaUSe Optb clan, oarrlua uoal Uu of Indie.1 end mta wntotaee. Mild gold ring., tut opal rings olid gold MM(iIm, lo. Make. specialty t teatlug eje ud flttlaf apectaole., BLACKSMITHING. FMANK BNYIIBR, Blacksmith aid Horaa hoar. Makeaa .peclalty ol heavy black smithing and general lob work. No. til Waal Sherman, liatcnluaon, aanaa.. A n-onfo WX Dally, guarantied mint i3.KCU.Uf useful ambulation kltoli.ii XXfsi vi f Afl u'--"-l Inventedi nine artloiea UW3U.Uuii; wurld'a woudef) light nine seller, sample free, W. r. rOUHH KB CO,, Olnolnnntl, 0, There are 'many white soaps, each represented to be just as good as the Ivory; they are not, but like all counterfeits, lack' the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon getting it. OnKW ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 June 1899

Ma's historical soul. II I A f a fk J A saT MM. ,M A TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLK'P PaKTYOP RENO COUNTY. . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY JUNE 8,1890. NO. 40. VOL. 9. ANNUAL CONVENTION Modern Woodmen of AmorloaMoet ia Kansas Olty, Mo. FIVE THOUSAND IN ATTENDANCE. rrMrllcKlly AKrevd ou nil OlllcarK Mijl llimd llHukrr-Krrvll oriMls" nourl, lu llm LeuU-1'ro gTuimii. ol' Week. JCnnwas City, Mo., June 6. Tim an nual convention of t'he .'Modern Wood men of America In In seiudon ,ln this olty, und will continue the remainder of the week. Ovor 6,000 'Woodmen are expected to be In attemlmn'oe. The roa;rainiiie for the week in a fol Iowa; Tl'ilCKD'AY, J'L'XE 6. 10 u, an., M-Hslon of head camp. Address of welcome In behalf ,f fhe tale of Kuusus, by Ciovenior Stanley. 'Addre of wcleome In helm If oi Kansas City, by (Mayor J. M. Jones. Addi'in of welcome In ln-half of the JKim&uH City W'oodmcn coininiiltee on arrange men la, 'by John Sullivan, who made the nomliiutlntjf a'pcwh for Kan us C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 June 1899

1 1 1 - - .''V" Tiir nmioc nnirri m mo playfociuv inr n ,r uur a ma llll IIUUUL UIIIU IV IIIU. Colonel Henderson's Election as Speakor Is Now Assured. HAS 102 VOTES PLEDGED NOW, Cuioaoo, June 8, Congressman Da vid II. Henderson, of Iowa, liai ro oolved enough plodgos by telegraph and mail to (five lilm 103 votes In the Republican oauoui when It moots In Washington. As nlnuty-tliroo votos constitute a majority of the Ropubll- WW... I. V ,' HI I ,7tV. V SI V-:-X I '.M'K'L .rJgk ...'.'."V. D. D. HKNDKUHON, IOWA, can representation In the Homo, Colonol Henderson has nine to tho good, and moro status to hour from. Tho votos pledged 111 in und thoso which he bus good reason to bollnvo will bo promised hltu In a short time, are a follows: State. riodxed. Probl.blo. lows It .. Illinois 14 ,. Wlwxmtlu .11) Minnesota 7 Netirailia I California 1 .. Kontuoky I .. Maryland 4 .. floutb Duliotik I .. Wyoming , 1 Ohio K t Majwurhus'Hts 8 8 New Jersey I 4 Maine t II Varmont. t 1 Kansss 6 Connecticut...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 June 1899

Idol la Dlsgrae. , In th regloni of famlns and flroufht la India lUt year the famine-stricken crowda appealed to their (oda (or aid. In Auruniabad, In Western India, the priests were paid (or prayeri (or rain, to be continued (or many dayi, wltn the usual accompaniment of procei loni and much noUe, When dayi and ireeki passed and no rain (oil the peo ple o( the dlatrlot were (urloui against their gods, In some place they daubed the Idols with mud and blocked the approaches to the temples with masses of thorns, In other places they made pool In the temples, Into which tbey threw their Idols, that they might shiver In water, as "a penalty (or keop Ing the fields dry." "The people sit In gross darkness." London Prsiby terlan. wltierland'. Empty Prisons, From the Petit Marseilles: A cor respondent wrltea us (rom Lausanne that the district of Lavaux, situated between Lausanne and Vevey, and hav ing a population of 10,000, Is at this moment In the proud position of being able to boast tha...

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

Tbutcbttwon (5a3cttc. rutared tt the postoffloe In Hntahlnaon. lensei iOOOIld OlMI DllU)f. 1,1. NETTLETON ft CO. freBrleten. Mt Of duaoirrien, l. 00 C. E. SIDLING KR, Tlio Druggist Feoorlptloni ft tfpwlftlty. Worth Main Street ilutoblnson Tub Uanna macblnft having kId made Itself a jpreme In Otilo, tbe de thronement of Attorney General Mod nett, who bai made auch relentless air on trusts, and tbe Standard Oil Company ai the bead of them, la In order. We always tbouuht It would be impossible for a republican to light a trust and retain bla job. Those who are saying tbe republi can party haa gained one vote In 1'elT ar'i Hop, .contervatlve aa they think tthev are. are liable to be mistaken. It tit yet a year and a half before a presl identlal election and there is time enough to make a couple of flops and Met back to where be started from be fore then. He has been In three par ties In the last year and a half, and no en knows where he will be wLbm a almllar period In the future. Osk o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 June 1899

J)IJ. W. WAGUIRR, SJ'KOUUST, ..n Dlaeases of Eye, Ear, Nobo anJ Tbroat. OlaKrei Orlimtlflrtlly Adjustiid. Offlu In Ml tuul luniple, Huuibln.ou, KtulM. IjOOA ti A pi aw I RatMvH Al., 0. ltolwrta anil Bert MoCurdy left lust week with it cur ot buret) (or the City o( M ex loo. X lira dtutiruyed it .mall barn for J. W. Same, on Souin Maple Monday unoming. E M. Brouibioo formeily of tblt city, died about a week aito id Minne sota. He left bere latt fall. Carl Urown the Rieat common wealer left tbn city Thursday or Friday of last week. It la not -known wbat city In bla next objective point. Will Roblnmiu of tturrtou waa sue ceasfully tieated by a Burglcal opera Hon In tbe bin wart boepiial taut week, for appeudlultii. M. II Potter of Turon has filed suit in tbe district court against the Turon Creamery Company for tbe foreclosure of mortre. Matbew Pmltb and Jack Brebm bave purchased Mrs. Devler's Interest in tbe grocery store and will hereafter conduct the business. Theaed raotherof Mrs C...

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

i- I THE GAZETTE, E. 0. NETTLETON A CO, E. 0. NSTTLSTOH. Ed. BUTCOINSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTFRESTV The early closing movement has light on at Glranl. A bad girl dressed up in male attire aid paraded the streets of Fort Scott. ' It cost her 81(1. ( Everything Is making a very rapid growth In Kansas and tho ground Is filled with moisture. There may be no deluge In sight but Noah Cline Is building a forty-foot boat for tho Solomon river, A Neosho county farmer lust week I marketed a couple of hogs, one welgh ing B20 aud the other 530 pounda v, Afjcr a severe hailstorm In Donl gflL ''phaW county tho other day there was a foot of cobbled lco In some places. This Is the nroncr time to attend church 'iltriwberry socials." Ilcrrlos are encap anu tno uisiies are generally large.' ' ' ColTcyvllle felt very proud before of her popcr mill and, her pottery) but now tho capocjty of botjh plants are to be doubled. Since Frank Grimes was elected state treasurer Lcotl has blossomed out with ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 June 1899

M'i i; m msj&4mmmrsms stir . IIANNA'S SUBSIDY BILL. SCHEME TO FILCH MILLIONS FROM TREASURY. If It Should Puna, Hanna, Hlimelf Will ba the Chief Iloueflclarj No Man Will ba Elected Speaker Wuo If tu favorabla to It. Among reoont items of commorolal newt there la one anont which com mont is of Interesting note, It Is dated at Cincinnati, Ohio, and Is as follows. "Senator Ilunna lotho largest owner of stock In the New American Ship Building Company, representing the consolidated ship yards of the Qreul Lakes." "Now it will ba remembered that there was Introduced In congress at Its last session a bill which, according1 to its delusive title, propoics "to promote commerce and Increase tho foreign trado of tho United States," but the real object of which, as the bill Itself sliows, Is to authorize tho gift of the national treasury of millions of dollars annually to the owners of American vessels eugaged in foreign trade. Senator Hanna, who, according to the above, Is at the head of th...

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

I Jri) M h She washes her delicate laces With Ivory Soap suds, soft and warm; The frailest in bottles she places And shakes them it cannot do harm. If thoroughly rinsed with clear water, They're wholly uninjured when dry Because, as experience has taught her, Ivory Soap has no free alkali. The vegetable oils of which Ivory Soap Is made fit It for many special uses lor which other soaps are unsafe or unsatisfactory. OffiMM, UN, tftU mm (taabla I. CUataaaa, Farmers' Correspondence. YOIrt.lt IIEWN. Farmers here lire in the swim now. Wheat la lu full head mid the berry ia filling out nicely. Miw Dnwy HwuiuIm 1h still unite sick Mrs. Eliza Hramwfll is In Hutchinson to be trenti'il for ii cancer. She. will have to undergo u Htirgiciil operation. 'Eliza hiis a bont of friends here who are hoping for her recoveiy. Rev. W. 11. Manly preached at the Baptist Church ht Sunday niht. He is a returned missionary from Telegu, IndU. Ilev. V. S. Cook and Deacon II. D. I Freemau went nulling last week...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 June 1899

IT TT WXTXf IK . . P- VOL. 9. A TOWN WIPED OUT. Minnesota and Wlaoonelii Vlaltod by Torn ado e a. NEW RICHMOND, WIS., DESTROYED. Out Hundred uud Fifty People lleport ed Killed Mud lujurvd - (J run I ft, UuiiiHga lloun to I-Kriu Hoime sud Crop. Milwaukee, Win., June 12. A tncv najfe wus received nt the WIhooiihIii Central offices hero lute, tonight from fciteveiis' l'olnt, from A. It. Home, di vision superintendent of the Wlscou tin Central nt that place, uh follows: "It commenced to ruin on t lie St. l'uul division ubuut 7 o'clock this even ing', mill thu wires went down went of Jewett Mills about 7:30. At 8:43 we got iih'hmiri) from Itobertson at Onia hn, vlu .Marshall, that a cyclone Htnick New Klchnioiid nliiiut 7:31), hilllnir and Wounding: from MO to SOI) people. "We liuvo Hturlcd a special out from Irvine, leaving at II) o'clock with sur gcons, mid to pick up wlmt. oilier mir goons llicy can between there mid Kcw Jiluhimind. AIko Bent. section men from Jewett MHIh with what he...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 June 1899

THE GAZETTE, K. 0. NKTTLETON ft CO, E. CI, NXTTLITON. Kd 'HOTcniNsoN, KANSAS CANh.1t It I ItlH Or' IMI l.tST. Whput straw will bo hort tliU year, lio farmers say. A I rn vim worth ninn fi5 years o'.d tiled of measles lust week. Merchants of all tlio towns In Ilrown county ndvoi tlHo liberally. Topeku has begun Hi fltflit for I'o'lnr gas and will also buy the water worlr. Ex-(!overnor Morrll shipped 100 fut steers tu Kansas City one duy lust week, The ruins during thin month is Just what wero needed to rush tho crops along1. Six Kansas sheriffs have lost their lives while muklng arrests during' the past year. Preparations nro In progress nt Downs for the annual hot tlmo on the 27th of July. Kansas has lost qulto n number of head of stock ns well us other proper ty during tho past two week. Light ning did It, It required $100 worth of glass to I'cplnce that which was destroyed tn ono Fort Scott skylight by the recent hull storm. An Ellsworth county farmor cashed In fifteen coyote scal...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 June 1899

GOING TO ITS DOOM. 'REPUBLICAN PARTY IN HAND8 OF MAMMON. Comparison Hatweeh li and tha Demo emtio Tart In tlia Days llafora tba Civil War Mammon Crowned Cotton - King then and Monopoly king Now. , A ilmllnr crisis U on tha government mow that it root li 1800. Mammon worship crowned cotton king then, and it hat crowned monopoly kins' 'now. It was tha worship of money then) so it la now. Money wai esteemed above humani ty then) ao it ia now. The press wna muzzled then) ao it la now. The ohuroh waa perverted then ao it is now, The governinont was nndor tha eon trol of Mammon then; ao It ia now. Monopoly ia crownod king by the Jilgh priests of Muumion, The totlors are onslaved. Thera la sonroely anything produced by labor now but It la In the dutches tof monopoly under the name of trust from pcanuta to railroads. Both lubor and law are confiscated by monopoly. Legislatures, courts and congress are lis willing tools. Tho government Uself Is its chief Instrument In accom plishing its devi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 June 1899

Tfoutcb.noon d5a3ette. Kutered it the postoflloe In Huloblnson, luM u toooud olaaa matter. I. Q.NETTLETON k CO. Preprleters. Vmmut or e)cecaiiTioJ, 11.00 ran Ysa C. E. SIDLINGER, Fjesorlptlons Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson The churns of being au Innovator n one which Indeed McKlnley It seldom called upon to face. He bai not Indl vldua'lty enough to lutroduce anything characteristically hla own. However there are a couple of acta of hit which It mum be confessed are the first in their line. He wan the Diet president to domicile the chairman of his central committee, the man who elected him In the executive oianslon. He was also the first president to issue an order withdraw inn o dices from the operations f the civil service rules and placing them back in the range of the spoils nan and political heeler. Elkvkn months or the llscal year wh'eh ends July 1st, are now gone and there Is an excess of government ex iwiidltures over receipts of nearly 1100, SWO.OOO. It will probab...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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