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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 July 1899

tt'a lilutorloiU lOoUtf TT TT VOL. 9. HE REPUDIATES IT. Gov. Plngree Bays a Recent AUejf od Intorvlow Was Fabricated, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER. II Ulvmlll llvH.on I'or hiioi llnu Aluvr lor kvualur, -A I4ui . Jloaal lor lb lv- paper. . ... i Detroit, Mith., July 3. Governor rinfrrt'o Biiturduy night (lispntchiMl n letmr to Bccrotiiry Algur, brought urn. ly iirltluisius of the secretary and tliu iiuinrr.ms vonum-uts rtcently pul I nil d concerning the iigreenieut iiiuclu by the governor to support Seorelury Ai jfT III hi cuinpttlKii for tlie United Mntes enutomlilp. The letter in us follow: My Denr (ieiiernl: I subscribe to h dipping bureau, mid I liuve within th piut few duys been receiving large numbers of clippings from nmvspiii em iiibllnhed In every purl of the cum. try contuliiliig what purports to I e it it in terview with me (ii which crltlulsins of the present inliiiliiiHtrutlmi ure put dn my mouth. 1 uiu ustuulsheil at the circulation end credence which thin alleged Interv...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 July 1899

Kansas and Texas Coal Company Imports 150 More Negroes. STRIKE AT BEVIER SETTLED, rimiiuiM, Kan., July 1. A tral - of thrte coaches and a oabooie, con' talnluj JJO colored minora and soveral women named through this olty yet' terday on the Frisco roud at the rate of about thirty miles per hour, on lta way to Weir City. 1'ho miners are for the Kansas and Toxas Cop com' pany, and will work In it shaft Ma tl whloh Is surrounded by a wire trocha. All tho morning before the arrival of the train betwoon forty and fifty armed guards with Winchesters wore patrolling tho outside the trocha, and all classes visitors were kept at a safe dlstanoo from the premises. The now-oomors are said to bo from tbe Puna, 111. mining district, mid are classed as veterans In strike troublos. The blinds of the conches In the train car rying thorn wero pulled down while It was pausing through tills city, Al though President Wright of the ex ecutivo hoard had been notlflod of the arrival of the train an hour or...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 July 1899

A Floating Cltf. The Whits Star liner Oceania will Mcommodsta 410 flrst-class, 800 seo ond-claw, and 1,000 third-class passen gers, beildet a crew of 890 men. Tho bunkers have a capacity of 8,700 toot, or sufficient for a crulso around tho world without once rocoallng. Won; Tlien KoglUu. "Isn't It dlfllcult, Mrs. Jnnei, to get along with a girl that unen sucn broken BngllKbT" "Oh, I don't mind that ao much, It's her broken cbrha that makei me wild." rittslnirg Press. Frett? l'B UeKe, Recent shipments have been maflo of tome remarkably large California "atlcks" Intended for German war ves teli. The pieces were from U to 64 feet long and four feet iqunre, Abso lutely knotless and apparently without blemish. A slnglo shipment of this lumber constituted 95,000 feet board measure, Claries Wear Prooi Coiatl, It Is a rule at the well-known bank ing house of Coutts & Co., London, that none of tho Lank dorks wear mus taches. It has long beon considered a point of business etiquette thut ...

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

iDutcbtnson Cfoette. Kourad t the poatoffloe In Hutohlneoo, Kansas M Mooog olu mattoi. ..ETTUT0N CO. Praarltttrt. Vbrmi or Susoiptmhi, 1.00 ruTu SEED C. E. SIDLINQER, Tiio Druggist P;esorlptloni Specialty. North Mala Street Hutchinson COMMITTEE MEETING. The populist county central commit tee is hereby called to meet at the Qi- arm office oo Saturday, Ju'y8, IBM at 1 o'clock p. m. Important business will be before the committee and a full attendance Is urged. Don't fall to come or send a proiy. U. EiNiuiNuEit, Chairmitn. E.G. Niiittlkton, Secretary. 'f iiKitu are a few Idots who seem to le willing to let Europe control our Ontmclul system and all other measures of civil polity if we can only beut them In a Yacht race. SneuiKF Lour 1ms missed his call ing, lie should have been a soldier. If he would charge on the Filipinos as lie charges on his office services, he would end the war iu a week. C. I'. HuNTiNunoN, the PaclQc rail road magnate, is going to build a re formatory for certain...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 July 1899

J) J W. MAUl'lllE, BPKC1AL.IST, jj Diseases of Eye, Kur, Noso and Throat. GUHM'iMfMlfloilly AdJttnlHd. OIBm In Mi uuli! Icmpla, HuuIiIiimm, auaas, MMAl, AID rKKAWMAL, Ttimlsa $75,000 bond refunding acliawa before the school board of Ibli city. A marrlaite licusa has been grunted to Jiiu A. J-,nesof Hutchinson to Allie illley of Albany, Mo The Iilngle ranch claims monslroo ilj lu the shape of a chicken that it nlr bait chicken, the rest being guinea. Frank Huxtaula formerly with the l'arker Creamery Cdinpany lias taken charge of tueTurun creamery, bav.ng Bold the one he operated at Canton. The Rock Island has Issutd a neat folder setting forth the advantages of the southwestern part of Kansas as a -took fanning and grazing country. It tikes three representative counties Mead, Pratt and Kiowa. Stuce Hutchinson bus a golf club, it may not be out of the way to say that a New Jersey Judge has decided golf to lie noihlng but the old fashioned game of "shlnuy," with aristocratic embel lish...

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

THE GAZETTE, K.O.NBTTLKTON CO. ' B. 0. NITTLITON, Ed. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OP INTEREST. , BAH the Kansna paper seem to be glad that John Kennedy, the train robber, was oonvluted. The Knight and Ladle of 6ecurlty of this state have purchased the old city building- In Topeka. Tho Santa Fels making preparations to oil tho track on tho Southern divis ion, Tills will bo done In order to keep down tho dust and have travel as pleasant as though the line had tho finest rock ballast. Whether or not the work will be done depends upon the success of an experiment the San ta Fe Is mulling on the line In New Mexico. For some distance tho road runs through the Mohave desert and the sand and dirt is said to be some hlng terrible. The oil is sprayed on tho track by means of an apparatus attacked to the oil tank. It Is common among corn raisers to maintain or Improvo a Riven variety by selection of tho seed. Ears show ing desirable diameters aro sot aside, and furnish seed for the succee...

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

Jjj""'.. i ' WAY TO DEMOCRACY. WHY DIRECT LEGISLATION IS ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL. Idea That the Peoplo do not Know Etiougb to Rule or Make Law It a Child of Monarchy, Effect! of Present Pernicious System. The Idea Dint tlie people do Dot know enough to rule, or make laws, is a child of monarchy. It wan begotten and born of kings. It is ft brother to the Idea of the "divine right of kings." To those two autnnlu offspring may be traced much of the evil flowing from bad government. Under kings and emperors and czars, the tendency has always been toward absolutism. This tendency always received strength from the idea that one man could rule better than more than one. Next came rule by more than one, the arls tocrats, also resting upon the idea that tho people cannot be trusted. Hero in the United State, first we established rule by the people through their rep resentatives; but this hus been gradu ally but surely broken, In the interest of wealth and tho few who claim that government canno...

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

RAILROAD TIKE TACLES. Dr. Coe'S Sanitarium. Oxydonor "Victory" b This Bsnlta "O.s- Hum U aqulel ;:5SC - Hospital with 50 rTi,WD '"v nxiins lor tne ao- hlr' W, ifcommodatlonof Successful croi't-rs know full w-;ll That Ivory Smip Is best to sell Because 'tis best to use, and so Their trade, well satisfied, will jjrow. They cannot be induced to buy The other soaps, which people "try Just once" to find them wanting; then Insist on Ivory Soap again. A WOHD OP WARNING -Tlnr am mmy whlti tiMpi, aach r.prann.1.4 to b "lull aa at Ilia 'Ivurv ;" lli.-v ami: not, but Ilka nil imiiturf.lia, lack Ilia pscullar and r.m.rlubl. qualltl.s ol Uir (anuliia, Aak lur "Iv.iry" Sm,i .mJ In.l.l u,un satilna; II. ( " 1 4 it. i -'1. 17 t n. 1 1-1 r . t, w.,l 1 . , 1 i..t..il- Bouthorn Plilllpplnon Not Ilontllo to tho Unltoii Status. DECURK THAT TUVA WISH PEACE. rrnrol AuilllllililKli.i l' Tlicm ITuiU Openly ttoulllii I l-il In ! Ii ll0 I llhcil Mull'-. Troops . Lmii' l or llim' Mnnllii. .Inly :i. l'iol'-nir ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 July 1899

Ml' hlutorn 1 TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF ME PKOPLK'8 PARTY OP RENO COUNT!. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 189SI. NO. 45. VOL. 9. fv avfV -O A. HE BLAMES HIMSELF. Th Report tit tho Steamer of Paris Dlaaator Mads Publlo. CAPT, W1TKINS MAKES 1 STATEMENT, art Ha FWaoa an ICrrur lu HU Haolf ulu;. Tha Hoard llevokes llli manliir'a Ui-euae fur Two i'tar. New York, July 111. The report of Captain WatMna at tha stranding of tlte American steamship Paris bin been inu0 public by tthe local board of ateuniblilp Inspector. Captain Walk-lna make no attempt to evade reBpoiutlblllty for the aocldent, but, on the contrary, any frankly that the atracndlng of the ahlp waa the re utt ot an unaccountable error oa hit part. The accident, he anya, was not duo tx any want of thought or iQxIety about hi vessel, but resulted troiu a mistake tie made in calculat ing the position of 'the ship. The focal (limpet-tors have suspended Cuptuln Wa tklim' license ax mauler of ooean ateani-eirai for two yearn. Cap ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 July 1899

Till) If IN What the Trans-Slborlan Rallroa Will Add to Commerco. THE ROAD ALMOST FINISHED A New Channel for Amerlaun ICnler- - prlie KUborate Trnlm With Oynina' slums Ran Aorou Aila -- What ao American lays of lha Undertaking. Washington, July 11. Herbort D. Pleroe, flrat secretary of the Uultrd fitatei embassy to Russia, Mm boon In ' Washington several days on loavo of absence from lilt pout. It has afford ed an opportunity for tulln with the ' President and State department of JIolsls on Russian affairs, both poll Ll enl and oommorulal, and the Import Ingot nmoh luterottlng Information which oo 11 Id not bo brought by the channel! of ofllclal reports. The Trunsslberlan railway, with He .track etrotohlng across 4,000 miles of the north of the eontlnont, was one of iMr. Plerco's chief topics of conversa tion. "People outside of Russia jhardly realize how nearly eompleted the Transslborlan railway Is," Mr. Pierce said. i "I was tola recently ty rrinoe nilkoff, mlnlstor of ways of co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 July 1899

tool JlUlIb Nearly til the children In Cincinnati, and manjr from other places, hsvs seen Jock, the big grizzly bear at the Zoo who tiied to alt up with hli back UKulnst the old tree and catch the pes tiuti that were thrown to blm, and the little visitors out there will mini him very much this summer, for last Tum day poor Jack died of parulysli. HU broken-hearted widow will atill catch peanut at the old itand. roUontd llrtad. reople have been poisoned with bread containing salts of .lead, wblcb came from the timber need to heat the oven. The Parte Council of Hy giene, baa, therefore, -forbidden the employment of unpalnted wood from old houae, old sloepers Impregnated with creoaote or eululiate of copper. and dinned blocks of wood paving for ( heating ovons, on the ground that , poisonous volatile aalta may arise from , them and deposit on tne roor or noor of the ovea ,Jrgln Hauling. It la Impossible for all of ua men to be the gallant prince who li tbi devoted elave to the lady In ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 July 1899

Tfoirtcbinson (5a3cttc. Entered t tin poatoflloe Id HutohlneoD, Kansas eeoond olui mattor. 1.0. NETTLETON a CO. PrOBrlelsri. tanui or duieoairooN, 1.00 rm Tia C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlio Druggist fescrlptlous a Specialty, North Main Street Hutchinson PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON VENTION. A delegate convention of the peo ple's part of Reno county will be lield to tbe city of Hutchinson on Thursday, August 17. 1899, to be called to order at the court house at 10:00 o'clock a. in. for organizing and ap pointment of committees, after which It will adjourn to the auditorium for tbe purpose of nominating candidates for the following efflces: Sheriff. County Clerk. County Treasurer, llegister of Deeds. CouQiy Surveyor. Coroner. The apportionment of delegates will lie as follows: Albion .Arlington 5 1111 S Castletun S Center 6 Clay S Enterprise 4 Oraot 5 Havon 10 Grays S Mayee 5 Sluntarlll t Langdon 6 Lincoln 7 Little Hirer i loda Medford 4 Medore S Vlaml t Ulnoaacah S Hevna I Worth lleno 8 Hontli l...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 July 1899

JjlU, W, MAUCIKK, ' fctPKClALlST, .d Diseases, of Eye, Kur, Nose anJ Throat. OUstesSi lnnllfloally Acljuslni. OBos In lit milti Ismple, llatulilnMM, KsiiSM. Threshing has commenced Id tout ilaCeS. II Whlteelue Uas gone on a trip to the Eut. Julia Kinkelutue father of a new on born (Sunday night. We have een a few very nice Reno .county peaouee ou the treats. They are few however. J. A. Dunham has applied for a dl vorce In the district, court Iron) tin wife rJareh C. Dunham The boye of li.e iwcuiy-Firat Kan. ,aai are planing fur a reunion at King man abuut the middle i f September. Qhi. II. Frlsbe has tiled petition In .the district court for divorce from hit wife ou .the ground of abandonment. There was one broken collar bone In the Fourth of July base ball game at .Ulckerson, caused by a collision. It belonged to Ed Dunkirk. If about three or four weeks more of .this sort of weather continues, Kansas will have corn to burn. A. better pros pect there never whs. Jim Newcoinb, the San...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 July 1899

THE GAZETTE, E. 0. NKTTLET01 CO. E. 0. NrrTLiruN. Ed. UUTCUINSOX, KAN'SA 1 KANSAS ITKMH OK INTEREST. Grant Glllett bus shipped nil his cnt lit and home from Woodbine to Cen tral America. The Capllul gives a history of the flrst brick innilo In Topclco and calls It a Taluoblo rollo. Leavenworth wants to hare aome o( the new volunteer regiments rniutered la at that point i The Inmate of the Hutchinson re formatory gavo a minstrel show on the Fourth of July. Prominent wealthy men of Ft. Scott Imve organized a llect Sugar company with a capital stock of 8300,000. Dans are being made at Ottawa to how the boys of Company K a dizzy tlmo when thoy come marching home. In Lyon county last week a child was riding a horse when It reared up and fell backwards, crushing the child to It died nlmost Instantly. In the battle of I! lo Grande, Luzon, Kansas boy, met face to face with a Filipino. The Insurgent was armed with a ba'oe. Tho Konsns boy drop ped his gun, struck the Filipino In tho face 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. — 13 July 1899

folNE OF "Where Once the Buffalo Roamed" Is Now Formed Into Provinces Not lonar since a ureal American writer, In un article on tho "Whcut aupply of Kurope and America," muds the statemont that to tho north of tho International boundary lino tlicra was only a narrow frlngo of land capable of producing whent. Another wrltt-r, replying to thin, said that wheat could be successfully grown at Fort Simp son, a Hudson Hay Company'! poat at the junction of the Llard and Markon ale rivers. Fort Slmp.ton U at lull tude 02 degrees north, and 1.4 a far noi'thweitt of Winnipeg as that city U northwest of New York city. It Is possible not only to raUo wheat at Fort Simpson, and of a bettor quality than Is grown In nny other country, tut at a point miles further north ry and oats are grown, whilst two hun dred mllei still further north barloy and potatoes uro successfully pro duced, Nor Is this vary extraordinary, as will appear further on lu this ur tide. The attention that Is balnj directed fi ...

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

If Dot had playeJ with common soap What wreck tliure'd be to-morrowl Her liaiuls all chapped, her dress past hope. Her toys a tale of sorrow. But mother lets her play like this And wash whate'er she chooses, For not a thin:; will go amiss When Ivory Soap she uses. IVORY SOAP-99 . PER CENT. PURE. cr,ki,inMr n.r MX' I II HK(. Eimisiiii Cui't'v hhk iu SdiiIIi Keiio Moniluy (in litihiiii'tH, Kriink niiiifurd Ik cutiiiit' Iiu'k' Mir' tin' out tbia week, Utlb llllHIl k IlIlK pHll'llMSf l tllH (i'IIxI- er property of. I, C. I lit wiy pnite Mutton iumI Mi.-h Aln IlnwUiiB f niHi rieil lust. Siuxliiy evening liy Ilev. Mr. Aiokenif Hun liiiiM ii, The yotu",oNt eon of Mr. mid Mia. W. . Willlinim (lit d Moinlny uiuht at 1(1 o'clock, Olnuil Hiimiltnn In rlsiting Mm parents after five yews hIhihiipk, Horn, to Mr, anil Mm. Slicker, a liny, July the Fourth. Mr I'lillliiiB la putting up IiIh ski nd crop of ul Till f, Mr. hiiiI Mrs. I), W, Dfwett hikI family went nut no a dulling tour to Little Klyer ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 July 1899

historian! souUf 0I TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLE'8 PARTY OF RENO COUNTT. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TIIUHStUt, JULY 204fiaW, ,; NO. 40. VOU 9. PRESS CENSORSHIP. Staff Correspondents Unite In a Vigorous Protest Against It. MUCH INFORMATION SUPPRESSED. Th.y 8r Kuowlcdg et lha lltal Coudliluu ol AO'nIri In tilt Pbllls luc I. Kept Prom the AuierliMii Public. I Iaiillu, July U (via Hung Kong, July 17.) The coiiHtiuilly incrt'iisl. g triutnuM of the censorship of preaa dispatches from Munilu, which llll prevented tliu cabling to the United bUW of anything tliut did not rellect ftlulul view of important eNeiiln und conditions results in a united effort on the purt of the correspondents here to secure uu ubuteuu-nt of the rigor of the censorship. The Initliitlve In thlM direction wns taken a month iiro ami reunited In the fruming of u siuttniH'iit which vu presented on SiinUny, July , to Major General Otis, coimmiiidliig the mili tary forces of the United Mil tee In the I'hillpptne Islands, wi...

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

THE GAZETTE, E. O. IMBTTtETON CO, S. O. NlTTLITOM, E4 HDTCniNSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITKMS OF INTHKICST. , The late rain have mule ft fcd eoru crop, Kfcarlv everv town In central Kan aas It jfoliiff to have a street fair this a The paper over the stoto are begin tolng to have itorles about enormous wheat yield. , ' The Crawford opera homo at Leav enworth ha been ordered sold for the mortgage. It I tald that the prettiest home in the- town of Sedgwick 1 occupied by an old bachelor. One Crawford county miin has put tip more than four hu ml roil ton of bay this season. Sumner county linn ft urplu In 11 treasury and Is Investing the money In township bond. , It U estimated thnt the reoent wreck on the Sullna A. Oultlcy brancli will coat the Union Pacific 910,0110, Tho atnto of Kantm will produce ton of luclous grapes. The vinos are trembling beneath their great weight, and no one has yet ventured un esti mation of tho ylold. ' II. S. Lundls, who recently gave up theofllceof warden of tho pe...

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

SIMPLE IN OPERATION PRACTICAL EXAMPLE OP DI RECT LEGISLATION, Vote Cmt by tba People of California on Nine Propntltlom Wlilrh Were Sub ml tied to Them Inillmtei tlio Active Intercut of tbe Muni, By tho Initiative, a reasonable num ber of people, say 10 per cent, have power by petition to propose any amendment to the constitution or law ind requlro tho submission to tlio peo ple at the next election of any law panned by that legislature. No law submitted to the people ih all talte effect unless it li approved by a majority of tho.se voting1 there on, It Ib proposed to apply tills principle to all laws, national, slaw and local. It is not proposed to abolish any legis lature, but to create a new lawmaking1 body, of which every voter shall bo a member by right of birth and eltlzon hlp, and which shall havo supreme power to mako or repeal any law. The objections most frequently of fered to our adoption of this system, ire about as follows with some of the answers and reasons in its fivo...

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

Iftutcb.rtson C3a3ette. Entered t the postoflioe In Hntohlnson, Kansas m second olaea ma I tor. I.O.NCTTLCTON CO. PNtrlttert. fum or usoiwien, 1.00 niTu says Genera! Funstondeclaied himself to I) I in iti almost it "peace at any price" man, and thluki If less gunpowder and more diplomacy were used the result might be better. The fact that Funston wanted to come home so quick after his promotion and lefused the generous offers to stay, indicates some' fnlng queer to"soduer" bero Id the halo and glamor of fame. If Fun ston should come to Kansas and say such things, adding as be did to the consul, that he Is an anti-expansionist, these fellows who bare been crying for Joy over a Kansas hero, and taking big subscriptions of money which ahmilil have annn tn th aturvlnir tuuir. Til JDVXggii3t to buy biin a sword, would smash their oiu uiatie ana mruw it in ine river Dffl Mi Vw 'a. C. E. SIDLINGKR, F.'efloriptious a Specialty North Main Street Hutchinson PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON VENTION. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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