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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 July 1899

J) J. W. MAtiUIHB, HlliClAL.18T, .n Discuses of Eyo, Eur, Noso anJ Throat. OU'f SrlmllnVallr Adjuatnd. OfflM ll Ma iidIi' Irmpl., llnlutiliiwn, lUnaa, LOOAt AID PRNMWNAI.. The oily couno 1 failed to et to gether Monday nluht for want of it quorum. A until by we uawe of Lewli U la the cty trying to wake arrarKeinents toi putting out another olty direotory. Mr. end Mra. A. L. Bpoiieler and 0. K, Corustock have been rusticating with Col. J. N.Hiku. Will Johnson )o has been there and there ere more who will follow. There will beau ice cream soolal at I'oplar school bouse two wiles west of poor farm next Tuesday eveum for the benefit of the duuday school. You re cordially Invited. liev. Iiradahaw of the llaptlst church lias resigned aud will leave Hutchin son too a. Ills successor hue nut yet been selected, nor has Le definitely ho cepted any porposltlon which has been laid before ulna. Mr. Ed. Lewis and Miss Nellie Huff land of this oily were married at New ton on Monday, Rev. E. 0. Uea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 July 1899

JAPAN STEPS TO THE FRONT. New Treaties Place Hor on New Footing With tke World, RECOGNIZED AS AN EQUAL Wahiiinuton, July 17. A now treaty between tho United Htiiton uml Japan wont Into effect to-day, ut wlilch tlmo also now treaties liotweon Japan Mid uoarly all of thu countries of Europe and lann of the South American re public 0U0 wont Intooltiiut It I on event of far reaching Importance In the relations betweou Japan and tlio United Ktnt.cn, at It does owuy with the treaty method which liavo been la voguo for nearly fifty yoar and substitutes an entirely now method of procedure. The same Is true In tlio relations of Japan with tlio countrlos of Kuropo, nnd soino of the many now treaties wliloli iro Into eflY-et place Ja pan on an entirely new footing with tlio world lit largo, as she Is rocog nlnod, for tho first tlinj, us an equal in ovcry respect. Tho treaty with this country wus mado November Si, lslll, In Washing ton botwoon Secretary Uresham aud Minister Kurono, who then rop...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 July 1899

As a general rule, tho way of the trensgrenttor It to plead guilty, ui Egg, t ' Customer--Are these eggi ' strictly freubT ShopmanYes, dir. You haven't found anything wrong with the g you've been getting here for tho last month, hive you? Customer No. Shopmaa-Well, these ire a purt of the lain: lot, . - TarliaiM. " ' "What kind of monkey talk li that thoy use In golf, anyway?" "Oh, I don't know; It his something to do with the mlHalng link, I snppose." Hand CWIIIllne. ! The mnu on the yellow bicycle iwervcd burrlodly to one sldo to get out of the way of a buggy and ran Into the curbstone, to the serious disfigure ment of his front wheel, "You will pardon me," Jeered tho man In tho buggy, stopping to look at the wreck, "If I call that a mighty poor turn out," Those on llr Hut, .' Torn Isn't she a perfect angol, Dick Well, yes, and when sho sat In front of me it the theater one night I fell as If I'd lllto to clip hor wings. ' Knglauil'i I'miiior I'opulutlon. On Jan. 1, ISO!), the tot...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 July 1899

Use as much of the fine, pure lather of Ivory Soap as you please, the more the better, and greater the pleasure. There's nothing in Ivory Soap to injure the most delicate skin. It improves the complexion by cleansing the pores of all impurities. IT FLOATS. eittkl, KM, ! Tl WaMf t II..U.C, OUJuiU. A Doinoctrtttlo Mtetlnn A dr-mtieii.tlo tiu'et'iin wux ht'ltl In the Miilliiml liotel litHt Tlim-wliiy nlKlit. Tim pnipuM' iiiiiI priici'L'illnuu liuvit caiiM'il I'niiHiili iiiIiIh itMiniiifiit unit unt'HHiii j mil ntily let-ally Imt nil ovt'V the St it' i'. It whh iilti-nili'il by it number of the primiliiHiit ili'inui-iullc politlulam of tins jmi't ol' Hi Stiile, such it Cliiirlcy llm.lier of NevUuii, Tom Most-ley of Si. .Iiilui, iiml Editor M irilmiii of tlm Sicilinn Di'iniu'iat. Wonl hii Imoii HtHi'lml, appidcntly by republican witi whom tlm wmli Ih fatnur to IIih thiiiiuht, rii.it It whh for (lie puipiiuu ot wiiikIiik up it Btralulit duirujuriHL. ticket for nuxt your, hut we hi' lold h...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 July 1899

y Ml'o hUtorlonl ioMff THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLJB'8 PARTY OF RENO COUNTY, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUItSDAY, JULY 27, 1899. NO. 47. VOh. 9. j n A IT IS A COMPROMISE, Reoiproolty Treaty Between tha United Stfttea and France Signed, Yll. TreMl' U Concliulrd I'llUtT III Uulruvlty riovUloiK of Ik Villainy 'In rill' Lutv-lt 'I'uruinOullluutl, jmikIIiw reviprooily -treaty nvgoilu il.nu Ut.ilni'uun ttwa I r ml tttA KJI n tiit mill Frauue were brougJit to u aweovuHful oloie .at the tuto depitrt'iiieiit lata Moiukiy aifternoun, when Aiii'lmssuilor Oaaifuon, In behalf of France, and ComniiBslouer iiawon, a behalf of U n I ( it 1 lStaten, INxd I heir slgnu turen to ill reciprocity 'feuty. It it by fur ttlie inoHt Importune treaty oon clud'ed wider tihe retlproc'l'ty provls- Innd nt tliu lli!nir,liu I.n w nn.l llm in.lv .w.., ...... one uffeciing I he trade with a lurge wuiMiierciai nation, The ini'tfutlatlon were marked by flltllt'l nIicii'M miil Inn.ir iwm I i m mfl din. ukm1oii which cont...

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

THEY BLOVi UPA STREETCAR Rioters In Cleveland Place Dyna mite on the Track. SIX INJURED ONE FATALLY, . Ci.kvki.and, Ohio, July Si A Ku olid avenue car, loaded with passim gers, wtl wrecked by an ox plosion o( nltro-glycorlne or guncotton shortly boforo 11 o'clock lust night, Six per on ware badly hurt, una fatally. Tho police ara searching for tho buggy In which the dyunmltor la sup posed to havo ridden, and all stations hare boon notified to bo on the look out for It. The explosion tore out the front end of the car, tmushod all the win dow and destroyed the brake, The motormun William Drapers, who aame from Claolnnatl, win dur.ed by the thock, but the conductor, Frank Sohroedor of St, Louis, escaped Injury. The forco of tho explosion wui so great that It ihook all tho houses In the neighborhood and win heard for a dlstuuce of two or thrco miles. Thero U no clew to the Identity of the persons who placed tho exploitive on the track. Persons llvln? In tho neighborhood say they aw a in...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 July 1899

TBanafeeturwU Salt. , dw Industry to springing up In Northern Mexico slitklns wsll (or tit water to mawJfacture salt tor mining and domestic purposes. One company baa lecurell 120,000 acres of salt 'water territory "at Camaron, 120 mile south of Laredo, and have atruck water containing U3 per cent Bait, worth from 1 to 3 oenti a pound. If a man only lores a woman cnough alio 'will inever bo kind U '.hlin. A CoBTereaslont. "Kipling Is qnlte right," said the 'loiteta, as the 'agitated the salad In a blue Canton bowl. "This reprint of his American notes should never have loft the' seclusion of the newspaper fllM, as he says. ,Po you know, I think a great deul of. our slap-dash enthu siasm about hbii may bo explained very simply. Ho lots hlmsolf say any quantity of brutal things, nnd thing that are distinctly not nice, which the rest of us may bavo thought, but wouldn't put .Into speoch for worlds. "When we comaiupon such things lu bli books they gWo us a llttla shock of .surprised reco...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 July 1899

Tfoutcb.tioon Alette. Ealorart l Hi polj(Hoe In Hutolilnaon, Iium ' M OOnd olMt IMtUtTi I.O.NETTUTON CO. Proprlatara. i f HHi or dDMoamioN! 1.00 mkYia C. fc. SIDLINGKR, Tlio Druggist .ascriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON VENTION. A dereRite ounvenllou or the peo iile'a imny of Keuo county will be IitlU Id the city (if Hutchinson ou Thursday, Annual 17. 1801), to be ollfd to order at tlie court house at 10:00 o'clock a, ui for oi'KHnlzliiR and ap pointment of comnilttfes, after which It will adjourn to the auditorium for the ptirpoHHof iiomlnutliitf candidates for the following ullluea: Sheriff. County Clerk. County Treasurer. Iteirlster of Deeds. Couny furveyor. Coroner. The apportionment of deleioites will tie as follows: Albion .Arlington S Hell 8 Ca.tlatiin B Centar 1 Clay 0 Knterprlaa 4 Craot S Haven 10 Orova S lUja. t lunUrllla 5 Lanvdon h Lincoln T Little Klvar 4 Loda 4 Madford 4 Madura I Miami 8 Dlnnaacti , 1 rieiM I Worth Uono I Hou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 July 1899

w li ai w si "? cl w tl: lit td i( ! to wi a ttf 8li tn ctv cq ce, of1 sttj f P I ' P w fO nl m H I ! 8 J)!U. W, JUQCIKB, BPWC1AL.IST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Noso anJ Throat. GUri- HrlKnlincallr AdJuBteid. Offloe In Ms timlii ttrapla, llutulilnvuii, Kama. I.OI AL A N l PBHAONAl.. Hy the way, what l the matter that the base bull fever hai escaped Ilutcb Jiibuu thin yeaiV Mi. and Mm Hen Nuubaum, of the ;8tar Clothiers, are the parents of a iuu .burn Friday the 21st. Loona Wright hai ltd petition for .divorce from her husband Ezra Wright on grounds of puu-support. Read Martin wondartul lace curtain ad with order blank attached this week on the Ural page. It will pay you. The city couuol' baa Qually taken a wlae action reff trdlug the refunding of City bonda and asked for competitive tilua. Croquet la oooupuylng the time of those who have Jmsnre liieae evenings and a number of contests have beeu taking place. Frank Colladay la In the Uuld with a tine line of mowers and 1b telling the ...

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

THE GAZETTE, X. 0. NETTLKTOM CO, K. 0, NBTTI.IT0M. Ed. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITKMS OF INTEREST. ( The new wheat In western Kansas Is tenting all the way from 48 to 00 founds, Osborne county whent Is threshing Out from twelve to fifteen bushels to the acre. 1 More building1 Is going on In Saline county this year than there has been for the lufit five years. Oklahoma Is now shipping apples and frfui'lios to Kansas, Colorudo and other ncar-hy states, Themuln shaft of the penitentiary coal tnloo hns been closed, It has been unnafc for months. Distributing ?,M0 census Jobs In Kansas Is a good deal like serving the first mess of now strawberries In a big boarding house. The experience of Mr, Happy, who tried to break out of tho federal pris on at Leavenworth, and wus captured, proves that there Is nothing In a name. A regiment of army worms is com ing northward Into Kansas, having al ready struck tho southern portion of tho state,, They prefer sorghum to work In. The county treasurer...

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

I! IJi .'. J. CHAPTER VH.-fContlnued.) 'My hitherto matter-of-fact life bail uitdouly rocolvod It "Imptliim" of inyitery and romunce; and with It an other Initiation that supreme revela tion which comes but once in a man's life, and having come, leave Its murk upon It forever the revelation of love. "Your tneaimgn, elr," laid the telo ((raph clerk at my olbow, I tore opon tho yellow envelope, 'and rend "Molton Junction No Gladstone 'tag loft here, or Inquired for to-day." Then Mies DranBconibe hud not dis covered her mistake. Moreover, hor destination wai some point beyond Molton, or she would certainly have bud time to detect tho change of bag gage. I icnt a mcHHiiRe to MIhs Elmslle at Forest Lea, announcing my roturn that night and rcqueHtlng that If con venient a carriage might meet mo at the itatlon, and then I prepared to get through as bout I might the boun ' -of nipenao which lay before me. My heart beat faHtor as the evening expreBi nearod Molton Junction. I wan on the platf...

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

r When the children's best clothes come from the wash with the colors faded and streaked, and with worn spots showing in places where there should be no wear, then you may know that your laundress is using some thing besides Ivory Soap. You can save trouble and expense by furnishing her with Ivory Soap, and insisting that she use it and noth ing else. The price of one ruined garment will buy Ivory Soap sufficient for months. (Oe.HIUHT l.t. UV IM, PIIOOIIH IIUTCHINftO JMHHKTN. PrnllM AMln !.V ''T basket. I'llllllB, So l! Wic per Im biirkut. wanfainlilew I lleota. :l'n' per ', liu. CubbaiiOi lot per do,, Tomntni'ii, 411c per luuliut. Onion, IHc pur lin. PotntoeH, Wn ior Im. Watermelon, 'ante U'lt in $-J.uo per iloi. Bulla ri Country, IV r.K' Kn. Connlry l.iirili tie. Chli'keimt Hun II' 1 spring Ho, Urnlii. Wheat No 9. o7i' No II, n. Corn Mixed, 'Jlo: wlilm ilc. Unit) iWio per cwt. Hliurta TH3 per cvrl. liny llulril iri.iiu. t'hop law; mixed, T'c. 1,1 Niork, fatlle-Hatchers' steers, ll...

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

I'tV Ma,.)':,...) 'MM ::js TUB OFFICIAL OBOAN OF TI1K PKOPLIC'3 PARTY OV EJENO COUNT!,, vol. a HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TIIUUSDAY, AUGUST S, 18W.- NO. 48. 1 1 JOIN FLOUR TRUST. Giant Corporation Absorbs Mills la Missouri and Kansas. IS AFTER ALL THE BIG MILLS. Tli Trust Pruno to.l.owr IliePrlr of lour-toiuriil mu huoruious OHluk - Alt liuiueuM) tla.ital. Kansas City, Mo., lAugust 1. The United toiilu-. no in- .Min.ng ouuiiu iiv. wliicu 'u . reiircseii.ed m huii-i Liny by J. L. uo.. '.tici'Wu, tiiiii it IU UlC pollll Ol'lUKIIIg IU Mil WIS ui II Olll' ill. II l)( .V.IH.III, I Ull.l 1VSI UilH, I prouuuiy ilia liHK" Uuii' "'"' I 111! WOP. J. it jM ClIIIMIUi-U lol' $20U, UUU.UbU, lillll Its llllui Oil i l)UI IS Uuil mil' 'i.viU.boU uiuri.. u uibU'iii. .Iiu-ou Ann.., of oj ruciiki1. A. V., v.c ii i: deiu and y.nerai malinger ul ill 'great y iiuil'.i.c, ilu. 111.111U1.1UUIUA l4.ul.6ll Hum' 10 Itfll J llllllOll, IM'uiU 1j lAiiir.ll yikn.'1'U.iy: 'Mill' UK. in 1 ll .4 ill'... ilia II ill ill Hire...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 August 1899

THE GAZETTE X. O. XETTLETON CO. B. O. Nbtti.iton, Ed. HUTCHINSON. KANSAS KAHHAt ITKMI OF INTEBEBT. Not a state bunk failed in Kansas laatyear. f t Good ralna are reported throughout theatate, The board of equalization bat raised the aiacssraont o( Cowley county noar Jy 28 per cent i , There is one corn atallc In Atchlaon which haa Are ear of corn on It. The present oorn crop U tlio greatest the Itate haa ever had. w The Topeka negro who not atruck on the head with a monkey wrench U getting bettor, but tho wrench will rue ' be any good again. There la lota of talk In Florida over the discovery of a gypsum bed. There la enough gypsum in Kansus to white wash all tho territorial plenota. Moat of the letters from Kansas men in Cuba and Porto Rico make a kick because of the ouatoin which compels a man when calling on a young wo'nan to itand the presence of the whole family, A. Corn alalka are being used for tele graph polos In some parts of tho atatc. It la aald that they are superior to ...

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

.' . i . CHAPTKIl IX. PtiQ waa seated In tho breakfast roofp, and aloii. when I entered It the "next morning. She was puis and subdued, but the languor bad , gono from her manner, and an unmistaka ble, crimson dyed tho pure Ivory of her chock at aha grouted mo. Now, then, tho explanation was coming. . "I I want to speak to you, Mr, Port," she inld hurriedly, with her eyes on the ground. "I I wish to consult you professionally."' I bowed and waited patlontly. What was coming? Miss Brnnsoombo turned to the window and back again. "It Is about tho will," she went on. "I want you to tell me what I can do logally to alter 11? I know that my dear uncle" faltering)' "has mado lae bis hoircHs." . ... , ' ' "You will believe, Miss Brnns eombo," I could not bolp saying, "that I bad bo power, even bad I the wish, to alter this." "Yes," she said, with another blush, "I bolleve It. I ought not to have asked It of you. But now what can I doT I want to give Forest Lea to my cousin." "That If. Impos...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 August 1899

Tfoutcblnoon Gajctte. Untered t the noatoffloe Id Ilatuhlneon, KaneM M moo nd oltea matte. I.O.mnilTON I 00. Proprleters. tonus or 4uMoimM. II .00 ran Ti I, , C. E. SIDLINQKR, Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street ' Hutchinson PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CON VKNTION. A delegate ounveutlon of the peo ple's party of Reitu county will be field In the city of Hutchinson on Thursday, August 17. 1890, to be culled to order wt the court house at 10:00 eo'olock 1. 10 for oriranrlnn. and ap- oluttuint of committees, afler w blob It will adjourn to the auditorium for Che purpose of nominal lug candidates for the following elllces: Sheriff. County Clerk. County Treasurer, lteglaier of Deeds. County Surveyor. Coroner. The apportionment of delegates will te as follows! Albion t Houlh Reno i .Arlington i lto'ooe S lull S Hull Creek II Caitleton S Sumner 0 Vmlat I HWla 4 Tlay S Tror S JEntorprlse 4 Villi jr t Grant 5 Walnut ft RUvea 10 Weatmlnater 8 UrOVO t HUTCHIRWK, Hayea t Ul War 1 luntstlllo 8...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 August 1899

jjR.J. W. MA0111HE, HHKOIAIJST, n DisoaHU of Eye, Ear, Nose enJ Throat. GUrociHclimtin.'illy Adjuitnd. OfflM In Hi lempls, llutuiilltMiu, aWuiaa. i.otiAii Ann rRMAi.. Mm. Horace Foster baa returned from a visit to Kokoino, Iudiana. D, W, Kent of this county but been in-elected raud secretary of the I. 0. O. K. of Kansas, by a bin vote. Tbls it his third year ' George Couoway, trom the notbwoel lartot town, brouaht en. ear ot blue quaw oorn to tbls oMoe Monday, fif teen Inobei long ' Charlie Hornhaker ha returned with ibe other teaohers who attended the National E lucatlonal Assoclatluo at Los Angeles. The Hutchinson & Southern Is put ting bp Its telegraph line between Ulackwell and Cross, wbere It Inter acts the Banta Fe. J. W. HlnHhaw put a buocb of twenty-two polled black steers on the Kan eas City market and got $5.02 for them mighty near the top ot the market. Lightening struck a houae Monday rooming belonging to IS. L. Mayer, about two miles north of town and old ,JU5(J0or ...

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

II Landslide Causes Bad Wrock on the Erie Railroad, fylLS ENGINEER AND FIREMAN Pout Jhiivis, N. V., July 81. Tin accident on tlio Krlo rullro.id, grow ling out of the land Hilda a mile east of Lackawanna, baturday nlifht. wai not m serious as at first roporteJ, Only ths fireman nd engineer of , tlio uurnuvu engine ui win wcavwuim vin- cago express, which turned over on the truck, wore killed, though a num ber of passengers on the express, the vestibule pnssanger train for Buffalo and Clevoland, which left Nor York at 7 o'olock Baturday, wore Injured. The wreck, which occurred shortly before midnight, was preceded by a cloudburst and itorin which lusted two hour. A section of the bunk full on the oastfcound trnln, directly in front of tlio freight train. Several tree wont down with the rocks and earth, and the freight ear and engine were turned over dlreutly across the weitbound traokt of the Erie road. Sixty freight earl constituted the train, but only twenty-two wore de railed, and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 August 1899

iwiiiin'wyi;;; WW l.tqaur Suloianrw. Kot M drop ot lntotlcatloe; 1lqw allowed U be sold at "J nil Itary camp ot Canada. Ttvrllos Paaiwr C.ni.t.rlea. Mora than 3,000 persona art burled annually U the paupers' cemetery of D"lliW ' . YV 'a aorr y home In which tbe wife frn tho loaf and the husband doei nothing but loat The fot)at la alwaya the first tfl complain of egotism, I ' A flood many people don't want to know the truth if it is opposed to their foollah prejudices. Home ia usually the oluhman'a last MtoH AtMolat Applanse. - Germany has come to the front with a curious contrivance which will ren ' der the claque In theaters superfluous, and substitute for It a machine per forming the same duties. The in genious Inventor, ' Horr Zlmmeraiann, has ascertained that two leather sacks, filled with air, when brought violently together make a noise precisely like that produced by the clapping of hands, lie placed pairs of leather sacks la hidden places throughout a theater, and then conne...

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

'ij : . w A : Art ffl Wiml -------ft The bath can be made an exhilarating pleasure by the use of Ivory Soap. It cleanses the pores of all impurities, leaving the skin soft, smooth, ruddy and healthy. Ivory Soap is made of pure vegetable oils. The lather forms readily and abundantly. IT FLOATS. faffrtlH, IMS, t IW Tmm t QtmUt Oj., OUllMMI Farmers' Correspondence. The dry spell Id broken ttnil the lann rg are happy. The farmers sra Imsy plowing for wlieiit. There will lies large crop put out tli In fall, Langdon li tiniiml o nlilne, ua A, W, Collin U kept luiey palittliitf. Let the good work g j ou, for it helps t Improve the town, The Lntigilon bin hall plavers organ ized their tenm lnit Saturday, and Hre ready to play uny team this side of Kit -saa City. Lattgilon sports a lawn tennis cluli, croquet olub, horseshoe club uud liuae ball o'.ub. Mini Mgie Mull who hat been very nick, I tome better, Urnmlpii Oliver, who lias been very poorly for some time, la confined to his bed all tbe ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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