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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 June 1899

jQR.J. W. M A0UIKB, Bl'KOlALIBT, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. GLare Scientifically Adjusted. Offloe In Mt tuulo temple, lluiuhlinoii, fcUuiaa. I.C A L AND PEAMAI-. lion. Jerry Simpson was Id the city tlie last of the week shaking hands with his Menus aud doinna Utile work lor In pupMv Trade baa been largely cut off from the west and northwest during tbe past week by the blffli water, the Ml to several biidftra being wathed out. lloladay'i liana goes to Authooy tbe Fourth to help celebrate Tbe Hutch inson & Southern make excursion ralei aud number doubtless will go. Lightening struck iu the uity last Thursday evening and rail arouud over town on tbe wires as If It bad a right to. K. M. ltugx who wa driving near a wire bad a cloud call. Hon. Claude Duval of this city de llvered an address to the graduates of tbe busluess department of the Nick erson Normal College last week which was very highly commended. Tbe Arkansas Kiver has been well up as well as the other strea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 June 1899

(i Fitzslmmons Is Knocked Out In the Eleventh Round. KANGAROO GAME TO THE LAST. New York, Juno 13 Jomoi J. Jef frie, unothor sturdy young giant, bui come out of the Wont to whip cham pion pugilists. At the aronit of the Coney Inland Club Friday night he defeated Rohart FlUslmmon, world' champion In two olasses uild dlewolght and heavy wolght In cloven rounds of whirlwind lighting. Ha eamo to the ring a rank ouUldor and left It the acknowledged master of the man he dofested. Ha was never at any time In serious danger, and after the size-up In the early rounds of the contest took tho load. lie had the Australian whlppod from the ninth round It was acknowledged that Jeffries would haro an Immeuso advantage in weight, height and ago, but the thousands who tipped and backed Ills opponent to win wore suro that he was slow and that ha would In that rospoct he absolutely at tho mercy of tho past muster at the solonco of lighting he was to meet, lie proved on thu contrary that he was just as...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 June 1899

TIIE FOUNDLING. "Auntie," laid pretty Elsie May trood, "Arthur baa aomethlng to ask you, and I bops you will be pleased." "Very well, darling," laid ber aunt, "go and tell him I will be there In a few minutes. Dut you will not be offended, dear, If I ask you aoniothlng first. . Elsie,, do you love hlra?" "Of course I love hlra, auntie. Do you think I would marry hlra If I did not?" "Then, If you are still of the same mind after you have heard what I have to tell you, I shall give my oonsont." Bha then entered the parlor, Arthur (Hidden, the young man who was waiting there, was the son of the richest man In the place. His face, though not bandBoroo.baa a look which made one trust blm. He bad suc ceeded In winning the love of Elsie, and now he bad come to ask Miss Maywood to give her consent to their marriage. He was a noble young fol low and stated his case most eloquent ly. Indeed, It would have taken a harder-hearted person than Miss May wood to refuse blm. When bo bad finished she...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 June 1899

A Statement Proved. "run" a refreshing wash with Before starting on a Ivory Soap gives new energy. It lathers quickly in any kind of water and does not cost more than common soap. The luxury of being clean is not realized without using Ivory Soap. You need not fear alkali, or other injurious ingredients found in many soaps. Ivory Soap is nothing but pure materials, combined to make a soap that will clean and rinse quickly, thoroughly, satisfactorily. IT FLOATS. COPYKtOMT 1101 V THI P HUG TIB OAMflLl CO. QINOINNATt Farmers' Correspondence. i.rittiio. Tl.n nun Mill iMiihMii's Kver) tiling look liln', ("nit ivii' mi h up- n''iii(-' cully mill I'i'i' wlien a i- i"'t lui wi t t.i ui l Miln II. n ilellle. I AluMei Juj l'liiiiii mi'' wit Ji ijuiii' ii turiui". tirrul. lii t i --r m.i iln.v. IIk win- tlirowii limn Iu'h Inn i.in! Iiml liU ti rm i brukfii ut I lii- i-IIiiiw, )i, Hnir whs i chIIimi ami il.e nun si 1. iiml it is liojiml Jay will Hui'ii iia'iuii tlii nee of it. Wtttli'l in. I km...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 June 1899

H'a bUtorloal irtiil'U TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLE'8 PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1895). NO. 42. VOL. 9. A STORY OF VALOR. Gen. Funeton Talks of the Careor Of tho Twentieth Kansas. HOW IT WON FAME IN THE LIELD. klxp.rlour. While lu Cmup au VrauclMio-nitrliiit ul' luMeiu br lu Ilia Vuv of Ilia i ICncni)', Chicago, June ZO.-The Trlliuno irlnt tliu following Hpt'cliil uorre aponditnce from (loni-riil KmiHton, ut Manilu, under dntw of Miiy 13: At tho time tho Twentieth Kmihob wan mustered In, J. W. l.i'i-dy wni In tho governor'a chair. Kiiiihuh hiul n fairly good natlonul guard orgunlzn. tlon lu the state, but when the cull wna made for volunteer the governor deolded to Ignore the national (fiiard entirely and cull for volunteer. He determined to Rive men who had erred In the natlonul guard the pre erenee, and, if they chime, permit them to elect their own officer. I was allifhtly acquainted with the governor! he belonged to a different jiarty than i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 June 1899

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. '.StETTLETON CO. E. Q. NnTLlTON, Ed. nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ' Catholics at Hcloit aro plannlufr to rect a flae church. ' There aro three or four circuses working through Kansas just now. Fort Scott it going to present each of 1U Philippine soldiers with a medal Kansas corn Is growing so rapidly bow that It Is probable It will pull the state up a foot or two above Its proper level. A Clay county woman hatched 318 chicks from 33d eggs. She did not leave the task to her hens, but used on (hcubator, Ellis county raises enough wheat each year to feed 300,000 persona The population of tho county Is only seven thousand. There Is no protest against the wolf bounty In Marlon county, whore tho Wesley coyotes nre killing tho stock men's calves. Tho sky in Kansas this last weok has been in a condition whoro it would start in and ruin if farmer merely sneezed hard. It may bo a joke, but tho Havens yllle Torchlight says that soventeun wen are aftor tho po...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 June 1899

Uncle Sam to G. 0. P.: "Surely you don't expect to HAVE NO USE FOR GOLD. COUNTRY WHERE THE YELLOW METAL 18 WORTHLESS. Ouljr Ihell Money It Good In the Lend of To-Klakln IMgi' TulU, red ' Feathery Dried Cod and Other Tiling Ilave Darrencj Value. People In olvillzod countries lay nmch stress on the valuo of silver and gold, says a writer In Pearson's Week ly, but there it an island chieftain out in the Pacific who will have neither, nor will any of the 200,000 people pver whom he holds sway. This chief it To-Klnhln, the ruler of the BlBiuarclc Islands. In the knd of To-Kinkin nothing is good but ahull money, and this chief lias been so thrifty in times past that he has accumulated 950,000 worth' of hells and has ill era all garnered in a strong house of his own building against a rulny day. You enn visit tho island possessions of this bnrbarlc king and scatter your gold about at will, but you cannot allure tho natives with it. They will not have it If a man weie starving there and a m...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 June 1899

iDutcbincon Ofoette. Entered at the postoflloe In Hntehlnson, Kansas nooud olui matter. I.C. NETTLETON CO. Preprleleri. tisane of duiiirri, 1.80 miTia C. E. SIDLINGER, 07.li Druggist Pieaorlptloni a UpeuiaJty. North Main Street Hutchinson Tin good cltlteni of Hutchinson seem to have many discouragements. When they get about read; to do busi ness, tbey And that the httorneyi who Lave been their Inspiration and malu lay, have been retained by the Joint. A peculiar comhlDatlnatlOQ of the single tax Idea and the referendum came within one vote of passing the Michigan legislature. It was a bill permitting cities to vote on the adop tion of the single tax plan. What la this world coming to? Kansas people are not repudlatora. Only 161 persona UveUKtm advantage f the of the bankruptcy law when It "was estimated that there would he at least a thuiiHaud and a half, Md'her- aon Republican. And ten to one. 160 of them were men who have been calling their broth crarepudlutora. Kmilihii mamifiiut...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 June 1899

jpn.j. W, MAwUIIlB, BPJCC1ALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Eur, Nose anJ Tlirout. OlrtHf 81 lntin Ailjuatea. Offlo Is lit mill' tgniple, Hululillirou, Kau.a. MM! A I, 4MB rERMAAi. Judtin Simpson held an adjourned cession of court Tuesday. A. K. ComntitcK and Citpt. T. J. 0'LHry or OstUiioo were doing busl ne m the oliy Monday and Tuesday. Frank McOuIre, formerly of the Ilacket Dry Goods Co.. uaseuterel tlie illutouinson Mercantile Company's tore. Arlington also u preparing to cele brate the Fourth of July. This makes at leBt three of Hie towns of Kcuo county that will celebrate. DeDard & Keopple sbellea the corn out of tbeT lartfe crib the fore part of the week and shipped out aomo ten or twelve carload. Turon Press. L. . Walker's twelve year old son collided wltb a buggy Sunday while riding a bicycle. He was not seriously tiurt, though eonslderably bruised. Viola Wright a little three year old girl fell from the second story window of ber home on Third East Monday morning and was con...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 June 1899

Americans Moot and Defeat 5,000 Filipinos in the Jungle. KANSAS TROOPS ARE ENGAGED Manila, June 17. After cutting th railroad auil 1 telegraph at Apollt, seven inilu south, for tliB purpose of levering connection, the rebels attacked Ucuorul Mo Arthur's linos Ht Sun Fernando at half putt o'clock yesterday morning. They met with an uuexpeotedly warm reception, and were reputed, with a loss of sevcnty-flvo killed, thirty prisoners and uiuuy wounded. The rebel foroe, cntl mated to havo numbered 11,000 men, udvanced stealthily from the jungle north of the olty, and then divided, with the evident purposo of surrounding the Auterlouns, The outptts of tlio Iowa regiment dlioovered the onomy and retired to their Hues, where the entire division awaited In an Intrenched position. The Iowa regiment and the Kansas regiment received the 11 rut shook of the attack. ltosorvlng their Are until the enemy was with in 000 yards, the first volley of the Americans hit tlio robols, who returned tlio 11 r...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 June 1899

tr( CUIst Compared. , Tbo largest city In tho , world U 'London, which ptn ft population equat ing tho combined 'population of farlo, Berlin, Bt. Petersburg and Roma. ( Its treeti, placed In a row, would roach round the world, leaving a bit oyer long enough to reach from London to San Francisco. Foolhardy Man. Mri. Bklrnpon I think Mr. Smith niuMt have liked the beoftiteak. He bad two helpings of It. Tbe Tactical Boarder Possibly be did It on a wag r. Boston Transcript.' What II Wanted. Mrs. Hornbeak (looking up from her newspaper) Here Is a patent medi cine which Is guaranteed to cure ye after everything else has failed, Farm er Hornbeak-Huh! What I want when I'm sick Is a modlclne that will cure me before I've tried everything else, an' not one that I bave to put iPff tukln' till I bave waded through 'the whole blamed matecry meddlcky without gltttng relief. ICxhlblts at rrli. There will be a lnnro exhibit from this country ut tbe I'arls expedition In 1000, which will prove very I...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 June 1899

Nothing Is left to chance In the manufacture of Ivory Soap. It Is the highest result of scientific soap making. Ivory Soap has been analyzed by many of the most noted chemists, who pronounce it of superior quality. The tests of chemists give confidence that It is pure, and the tests of thousands of housekeepers who have used Ivory Soap for years Is even more convincing. They say that Ivory Soap will do some work for which no other soap can be trusted. They know from experience. IVORY SOAP IS f)94;. PER CENT. PURE. QfptlH, IIM, t, Tin CMN Farmers' Correspondsnce. YOU Ml 1 1 BUN. Iter. T. .1. Nxiil on in up from Klireka Spring", Ark., hint wMk. lla hhhiium tbe (lulu's of pimtorof tti H'lplist climcli Miss Dunn Holes of Oklahoma came Urt weak to Mtuy iiwIiIIm with her ilster Mrs. Cook, Billy Monro ami ninllier rt-tiiiiipil Kitt urdav from their visit In Arkansas. ,Mr8. Moors is eiiihty-oiie years old ami Mood tha trip lliiely. Mrs. Elicit Hrumnell'H health in much better hiiiI hIiu lit...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 June 1899

TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLR'8 PARTY OF EKNO COUNT!. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY;' JUNE 2D, 1891). NO. 43. VOL. 9. GERMANYS ATTITUDE 8h Will Not Agrao to Limit Her Naval 8trengtb, AGAINST IDEA OF DISARMAMENT. ht, Howavar. Agrss lo lb PrluiltU of a Forms nul Trlbuual or Arbl iralloo Propose bf Sir JulUu 1'auufeloie, Tin Hague, Jtmo 87. The first com mutes exuiulnocl Monday the Kussiun proposul rttlutlng to mllllury effec tives and budgets. Colonel Gross Von Bohwurnboff, of tho (jeruiun delega tlon, (Icclured thut (ionmiiy could not nter Into any ungiigeiuent uot to in crease bur naval and military effeo tlven. The ooiumlttce referred the ltusslun proposals to the special committee of the navul and military subcom mittee. The drafting committee on arbitra tion udonted the flint reading of the proposed code of procedure on itrbl tratlon. Tim votu on tho seemid read ing will occur Friday, when the seo oud rending of the permanent arbitra tion propoMul, bused on the Kchcme ot 61 r J...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 June 1899

THE GAZETTE, E. a IVKTTLETON CO. E. Q, NSTTLITON, Ed. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Ilarper county hits Increased 1,250 In population during tho past year. . Tbe new cement mills at Mulvane turned out nearly 1,000 tons of cement last month, During the past fow tiny the corn baa made a great Improvement and la growing rapidly. Rural mull distribution hai bean es tablished In Shawnee county and will be given n thorough trial It la said there Is only one railroad, and that a small one, In the hands of a receiver In Kansas today. The newspaper men at Topoka wiped up the atnto house gang the other day In a game of baseball. Andrew Carncglo has contributed $.100 to the support of the Laillus' Li brary association at Blue Rapids. Asslstnnt Stato Treasurer Tom Kel ly has been arrested for an assault made upon a mail noarly a year ago. Tho gun clubs over tho stale are having local shoots. Tho sports ought to get together and havo a big state shoot The pcoplo of tho little tow...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 June 1899

ft aw SWEETHEART Porhnps the morning never dawned 'on a saddor (cone than on Jul 4th, "63, when over the blood-sodden Hold of Gettysburg the light began to break. Could all the history of the wounded and dead have been wrltton never be fore had been such a chronicle of ro mance and tragedy, but It was not; only now and then a leaf, as It were, has been written and preserved this one by an army nurse, My bands and skirts were dabbed In Hood; my heart was faint within me. For long hours I had fasted and work d; Into my ears bad been poured tho most tender of last messages; tbe most heart-breaking talcs, "You ought to rest a little," said the tough but kindly voice of an old sur geon; "only, it you can stand up a minute longer there Is a case over ihere I want you to see. In silence I followed him to a small church build ing that had been turned Into an hos pital. Every pew was a bed of pain; blood dripped from between the altar Tails; even the aisles were partially blocked with the wr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 June 1899

Tfoutcb.nson 6a3Ctte. Entered st the postofrloe In Hutchinson, Kansas s second class matte. 1,8. NCTTLCTON CO. Prssrlslsrt. fanus or dussoBirrie, II.W riTi C. E. SIDLINQER, Tiie Druggist Fescrlptlous a Specialty. North Main Street flutcbtmon COMMITTEE MEETING. The populist county central com id It tee la hereby culled to meet it the Qi zittk ofllce on Saturday, Ju'j 8, 1B09 at 1 o'clock p. m. Iirportaot business vlll be before the committee and a full attendance Is urged. Don't fall to come or send a proxy. ). EifliuiNUKK, Chairman. E. G. Nbttleton, Secretary. The republican platform declaration on trusts sounds very much like Satan's rebuke of sin. Anyone who would look at those teeth of Roosevelt's Hnd then think of what he said of army beef, without raising bis previous estimates concern ing Its terrors, must h uve bis face set irrevukably toward Uanna and Mu Klnley. Onk year ago today Shafter's army landed in tuba, everybody In Hutch inaon was watching the bulletins in me jNews ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 June 1899

mam J)R J W, M AOriKK, 8PKC1ALIST, .n Dibcuses of Eye, Ear, Nosa unJ Throat. 6lrfH rltnllBrlljr Adjusted. OffloS In Ma until tempi, Hatuliliiseu, Kansas. I.UAI. AND rmmMMAL, Cr Inspector Dave Cruijr mushed couple of tool the other day. The city la negotiating wltb L. A. liilHvr ou another bond refunding cheoie. Joe IIobHOD one of the new police men bai resigned and Frank Nlckul on was appointed In hli place. The Uutcher'i have taken the lu fectlon from the grooeriand will here after close at 8 o'clock . hi. Very ood. Geo. W. Carter, Jr., ol Medora held the lucky ticket and drew the big JJuck'e bteel iUnge at Geo. McKln trey'a. Margaret A. Arkebauer baa brought suit In the district court for divorce from her buabaod tlar.u Arkebauer on the ground of desertion. The retail groceri of the city have a unlou,aud at their meeting laat Wed nesday it was decided to clone at b;0U every night except Saturday night. Several citizens of Hutchinson saw a rainbow In the west about 11:00 o'clock Mu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 June 1899

Meets the Old Cup Defender and Proves the Faster. ABLE IN EVERY PARTICULAR. Nxwponr, R. L, Judo SO. Tho first trial trip of tho now Araorloan cup defoudur Columbia, whloh took plaoo in Narragansott buy yostorday, wui inoro successful than cltlior hor build rt or lier owner had reason to hope, Not only did tlio now boat bliow her self to be gblo In ovory purtloular, but ilia met the old raoor, Do fonder, lu a friendly brush of a mile to windward, aud vanquished her with the greatest ease, Tho race be twoen the flyers, whloh was over In five minutes, was sallod In an eight knot breeze under tho sumo condi tions, eaoh boat carrying throe lower alls with sheet well flattened, It took the Columbia about throe min utes, sailing from the Defender's wonthor quarter, to blanket hor, and In Ave minutes she was 100 yards ahead, going punt tho old oupdufundor as If the latter were anohorod, Under these conditions It would soam as If tho Columbia were from ftftoou to twenty second a mile fastor ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 June 1899

..niiiiiM-imi A ol lak. ' In Algeria thers U a small itream Which the chemistry of Naturs baa converted Into true Ink. It la formed by the union of two rivulets, one of whloh la very strongly Impregnated with Iron, while the other, meandering through a peat marsh, Imbibe! galllo add, another Ingredient In the forma tion of Ink, Letteri and manuscript matter are satisfactorily written with this singular natural compound of Iron and galllo acid. The only thing1 that fives weight to ft fish story is tho scales. . rreserilng; the Aboriginal. The aboriginal population of Aus tralia Is dying out so rapidly that It hai been proponed to establish reser vations where the remnants can be Instructed In agricultural labor and cared for. v Unfortunate Props Got to cut out that scon whore you light a cigar with a 11,000 bill. The Star What's the mnttorT "Einstein says he won't credit you for not another cigar till you settlo!" In dianapolis Journal. oath Aoslralla Wliml IUrvost. The wheat harvest...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 June 1899

4 IVORY SOAP PASTE. In fifteen minutes, with only a cake of Ivory Soap and water, you can make a better cleansing paste than you can buy. Ivory Soap Paste will take spots from clothing; and will clean carpets, rugs, kid gloves, slippers, patent, enamel, russet leather and canvas shoes, leather belts, painted wood-work and furniture. The special value of Ivory Soap in this form arises from the fact that it can be used with a damp sponge or cloth to cleanse many articles that cannot be washed because they will not stand the free applica tion of water. DIRECTIONS TOR MAKINfi, To otio pint of bolllnf wster til on snl ons-hslf ounces n..qu.rter of Ih. .mall iUo cuke) of Ivory Snap cut Into .having, boll mlnutss .(tor th. p Is IhuroiiKhly dUttulved. Removs tnim the lira and cool In eunvtulsnt dlilus (not tin), II will nP wu lo an slr-llsht ! Jr- Coi-y.iqht iih sv thi sbooiis a omui oo. oihoisnati Farmers' Correspond3i.cc. YOOKK 1IENM, Mrs. Ella Ilramwfll it nt ImniK mnl able to ba it most...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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