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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 August 1899

J)B.J. W. MACUIKH, BJUC1AL,I8T, ii Diseases of Rye, Kur, Nose anJ Tlirout. GIJitH-tHiltinlMislly Adjusted. OltlM III M .nlu luinpla, tlotulilntou, Kuntu. MM'AL AHtt rKRAWHAL. A Kingman county man Interpreti ittin n tne'Muiincli"loaifiD "Knee Clrep til M Ciw" Mm. Id L1ii WUiiUkerlms broiiRht lAiilb lor divorce troiu her husband JoBPpli P. Whlttnker. The republican uount) ceutral coin milttee mot Saturday and re:rKnlEed ky contln iiIiik the old orKaniaulon. The democratic county ventral com mittee reoifjuuizi'd last Ttiui Jay by electing Charlie OaWuld cuairuiuii.aiid a. 8. Gray bill secretary . It way be femed the but winds of Tuemlay have Hlit'i velud some of the winter apple. Mutt of tbe other crops nee past daniiiue Tbe Colored Usptlst Association was iu session here most of lust week. They took tn the sihts of the city as well as attending to business. A farmer was In the city last week who says the only trouble with IIiIb years cum will be In the shelling. The nhellers are not b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 August 1899

Ton Additional Regiments of Vol unteers Called For. WILL BE SENT TO PHILIPPINES Washington, Aug. IS An order hM boon Issuod directing tluit ton uew reglmouts of Infantry volunteors organized for service in tlia Philip pine.' Tlio rofrlmonts will bo num bered from thlrtyolght to forty even, and will bo organized at the "forlowlng places, In tho order named; Ono each at Tort Snolllng, Fort Prook, Nob, Fort Riley, Kan. j Fort ICthan Alien, Vt.s Fort Loavou worth, Kan. JofToraon llurrncks, Mo,; South Farmlnghnm, Muss.; Fort Nlngra, N. V., and two at Cump Moado, Pa, "The policy of the war depart ment," said Secretary Hoot," 1 to furnish General Oils with all the troops and supplies that ho can uso tnd which aro necessary to wind up tho Insurrection In tho 1'hlllpplucs iu tho shortest possible tliuo." The colonels of tho new regiments ire annouueed ns follows: Colonels-Thlrty-olghth, Goorgo R Anderson, major, Sixth cavalry; Thirty-ninth, R. L. ltullurd, captain, subsistence department; Fo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 August 1899

V r .. Tha Orlu Tlald. It li citlmnted that this year tti yield of three principal grains will be: Corn, 2,121,600,000 bushels; oats, 775, 680,000 buubeli, sud wheat, 000,140,000 bushels, Orlnntul S fallow., In Palestine the iwallowe are allowed tho freedom not only of the houses and living rooms, but of tho mosqtio and ucred tombs, whero they build tholr nest and raise the'r young. A wise man never tolls his neigh bors what his oxporli noo cnt Even the time of tho lotting horse Is money to the bookmaker, MUU Tas on Cu.h Wealth. Nearly all the taxes levied In tht United States are Imposed upon pro Auction and consumption, ratbor tbu upon accumulation. Railing Havana. In Fran., The French government Is attempt Ing to raise revenue by lotting out the backs of match boxes, which are a state monoply, to outside advertisers, A Conlljr Drouth. The drouth of the Innt fow years has cost Now South Wales an enormoui amount of money. Tbo flocks of tht colony have shrunken from 60,000,000, repr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 August 1899

A child fresh from its bath in clean dainty clothes is a suggestion of Ivory Soap. All dainty washable things may be restored to their original freshness without injury, by use of Ivory Soap. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soups, each rrpre ssnted to be "Just as Rood as the 'Ivorv'j" they ARE NOT, hut like all coun terfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and Insist upon getting It. OOSVSIOHT IIM IV THI eSoailH . OAM.1.1 00. OINOINNATI Farmers' Correspondence. YOIIIH IIRN Mr, .lull" H-cknunof Pnitt county If viitli vnh ln'i' -iH', Mi. K"" llrnmwvll anil Mrs, Jim 'I llsler of din. place. It v. T. ! N-al i V''.l up from liundia Springs ArK , with Ins family 1 1 week It in n siiuii that tln-y will conn (ii -cupy llm paramiag, Hurry iiimtf r and wifH, of (irunl towuxlii), visited wiUi Dave Taylor anil family last wiek. nick I tut Int w.iy loft tiiKt TtiiirHflny f. r ChioxjMi wlmre hi" bun euniignl to work ill machine BbnM. There ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 August 1899

as, rO WSflW iti'.o HUtorloM lOcUfcj TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLES PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1899. NO. 52. VOU 9. va w J'-'V ryv 1 1 1 i STEEL ARCHES FALL The Framework or the Ohloago OoUsBeum Collapses. RISE PERSONS CRUSHED TO DEATH SMv.ral Oihara Fatally Hurl - Norjli Arch Veil Klrt ami farrlmt Ilia Ollirr. Wltll li-KllloU , null lojurnd. Chlcngo, Ati(fiiHt 20. Twelve steel I..... ......I. ..-ulirMuir tlll'HI tltllH. which were to have supported the u- ncrtriiutm of thu CoIIhcuiii uinmiii, 1- Huu f ......j.tt.m mi W11 IiiihIi iivi 111 Vllllinc ... i.w fine, between fifteenth mul Hlxtcenth streets, fll to the ground Mumluy afternoou. It In known that nine live were crushed out. The bodies of trt) tnen une Mipposed to he under the wreckage. Mue lire In the hoHpltul with injuries received In the iieeiilciit, i..iu.i film' ulll uui'elv die. one Ml I l" m ...... ..... - -- . nay jmiknIIiIv recover mid the hiiliince nre tor the irreiiter pint ser...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 August 1899

THE GAZETTE:. I. O. ISKTTLETON CO. B. O. NlTYLtTON, Ed. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OV INTEREST. Knnias Fairs, ' Following Ix a list o( fairs to be held) m Sanaa In 1801), a complied by Beei retary V. D. Coburo, of the state board; of agriculture. Allen County Agricultural society 0, n, Wlioaton, secretary, lols; 8ept tcmber 11-8. ' Anderson County Fair association C, II, Rice, eeoratary, (lurnctt; Scptem W 80-29. , Brown County Fair association urant W. Harrington, secretary) Hia watha, August 20-31. ! Clay County fair association E. 12. Hoopes, secretary, Clay Center; Sep tembor lt-14, Coffey County Fair association J. E. Wkooford, eoorotary, llurllngtonj Sep tember 11-15. Cowley County Fulr association W. J. Kennedy, secretary, Wlnfloldi Sep tember 20-23. Pouglns Connty-Kaw Valloy Fair as loolatlon Traoy Lournurd, socrotaryi Lawrenco; Soptumber 13-15. Finney County Agricultural society D. A. 11 1 ms, secretary, Garden City) September 12-13. Franklin County Agricultural socie...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 August 1899

CHAPTER XIII.-(Contlnued.) The Rector wu tlio only person ex roptlng myself cognizant of Mr, W'd-s-rlngton's failure and discoveries. I felt very "mail In the worthy person's presence. I had for the second time been outwitted by a woman, and It was n account of my careless blundering that the whole work bad to begin over ' igaln. "Don't tell the ludlos," advised the . Rector; "keep it from tbem as long as you can. Miss Elmslle Is the veriest gossip, good little soul as she is, and, aa we have just proved, 'a man's foes are those of his own household;' the very 'walls have ears, and a bird of the air shall carry the matter!' " con tinued Mr. Heathcote, losing all con trol of himself In the heat of Quotation. "If Widdrlngton Is to recover the trail we must be silent as mice." "Ills groom get-up was capital," I remarked; "It completely took me In." "Yes," said the Rector complacently, "I think we did that rather well. But I did not expect to blind you. When I found you bad not recogniz...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 August 1899

Tftutcb.iwon asctte. entered at the poetorBee In HsUihlneoa, Kanees M eeoond oleee matU)i. I.I. MnLII0 ft CO. Prrltor. mm of ejoaeoairriew, 11.00 rulu c. e. sidlinqkr; TlioIDiruggiot Feecriptloni ft Specialty. Morth Main Street Hutchinson For Jailgt Ninth Judicial District, ijiiam mini kk. of lUrvej County For Htirlf ELlJ RAYL, Of Hoiita Iteno r0rCnut,Tr,...;,riiAR)T( of IIiiIcIiIihou Fo, Couniy Clerk o,H,.,erofAnr.iiTcHitLLt of Clay of Arlington 1'artrldge For Coroner DB. JULIAN, Arlington COMMITTEE MEETING. The people's party couuty central committee will meet at the Gazette olllce on Friday, September l,at 1 o'clock p. m., to reorganize and per form such other work as may come be fore It. Let us have a good turn out D. EiBimiNGun, Chairman. E. G. Nkttleton, Secretary. Hutchinson Democrats met Satur day night and nominated John Black burn for commissioner from the First district. David Overmyer deftly defines a corporation as "a device for concen trating wealth and refusing respon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 August 1899

JQH.J, W, MAGUIHB, HPKOUU8T, 0 DitK)UHi'8 of Eye, Ear, Nose aoJ Throat. CM.. rH)linrill djattd. Offlat la M oulfl ImniiliJ, llutuli)liiUi K . tnfAL AHU CBIMWlAIa Tli( case of the 8Ute vi liwpey e.iartfedwlth tellliiK liquor la on trial ti Kq. Morns as wj k to presa N J SnyJtr who left Hutchinson for Lake Charles, La , it couple of 3 oars ago died at that place few days o. , Twelve or tifteen younu people went Klngmau flora this city Wednesday morning to attend a Christian En deavor meetlnii at that place, Tbla county has 0,170 children of eohool sue and will reucive How the (State as its share of Inteiubton the date school fund for the first half of 1809, ta.7U2.16. The Newtou District Euwortb iLeague conference convened at the M. E. church In this city Wednesday morning' Quite a large attendance was expected. Amos Hess of the Democrat received m telenram Saturday uioroing giving 4he sad lutellegence of the death of Ms mother at Steelton, Pa., at the age of about eighty years. Ah It...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 August 1899

ISLAND SOLDIERS. Enlisting Natives in U.S. Army a Success, ONE BATTALION BEADY Washington. Auir. 24. According to recent advices received at the war do , parUient, the experiment of enlisting natives of the West Indies into mo Amorlcaa army bus proved quite suc cessful In the cute of the Porto hicai battalion of United States volunteer whlgh body completed IU organization . few weeks air". This battalion commanded by Major U P. Davidson nd lp the only one of Ui kind In the rmy. . Lieutenant Bryond. who It the bat tallon adjutant, has written a letter to Major Johnson, of the adjutant gener -lAl'ttofllce, spesklug In high terms of the composition of the battalion, lie ays that the Porto ftlcan soldiers are fine lot of men, obedient and willing to learu; they take good pride In being oldlers of the United (states army and are always very clean and neat, Ills opluloo Is that I'orto Rican soldiers, lliceitd by Americans, will be a suc cess and a valuable addition to the United states ar...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 August 1899

6' i a: 1 r When singer's toIoo fails bfl eaa no longer take up Ills notea . Prudence la a feather plucked from the wing of some post folly. When you lose money and grata wis dom by It your lost Is your gain. Every time a doctor collects a fee he tdds to his Ill-gotten gains, Even a woman will give money tho right of way when It wants to walk. No man after missing a target can heartily oangratulate another who hits It . The man who racos for wealth al ways finds himself out of breath at tho finish. It's always safe to nanio a baby boy William. If he grow tip to be a good young man peop e will eall him Wllllo, and if he doesn't thoy will dub him Illll. Ocas Shod In Iloliemla. Bohemian geese, which are driven long distance to markot, are shod bo fore starting on the journey by being sent repeatedly over patches of tar mixed with sand. This forms a crust on the feet, enabling the geeso to travel over great distances. Mao Draa.niekere. There were nion dressmakers before Worth. Tbe first...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 August 1899

Maybe the grocer is "just out of Ivory Soap but has another, lie thinks, is just as good." No other soap is just as good. Insist that he get Ivory Soap for you. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each repre sented to be "Just as good as the 'Ivory V they ARE NOT, but like all counter felts, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and Insist upon getting it. Farmers' Correspondence TODKK ITEMM It niny Iib treason tci say to but nevf r tliltH8 the chinch bugs ami hot winds have (luniUKeil the 001 u. 1 hut In not say ing tbut there will not lm lots of ecru though. Lust spring when LizJo Johnson cloisi'il her aoboul in tlie l)ily district, 1 predicted it would l 'Loiih" Morn lis would, teauli another term. Mura enough few days ago I received a dainty nilaaive announcing the ni'irrlagu of l harles I). Long of Norton, Kauaua, to Miss Llssssie A. Jolinann. Kt New DoiikIhhs, Illluoin, August 20, 181)1) Thoir future home will be at, Notion....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 September 1899

mo UUtuluul suofutj tj "yaiMiil 0pFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PROPLB'8 PARTY OP RENO OOUNTI. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1809. NO. 1. vou 10. THE BEEF BUTCHERS Wvnt to Purchase a Kansas City Packing Plant PACKERS DO SOT WAJiT TO SELL. rnars of (be IU.litrkhig Plants tfc cuaiueaf Jm HuU'liar W ill Waur Talk. Kansas City, September 6.-Kumoiii ot the intended Investment of 000,000 la a Kansas City packing plum by the Hutull llutcher' I'rotectlvu As sociation, of A'ew York, continue to reach this cl(,y. In nu Interview In New York Monday nlffht Louie J. Wagner, president 01 the ussoclntlon, siild iliat a committee would leuve New York lor Kuiuuui City next week to exumlua the various plants and negotiate tot ne. Mr. Vagaer.ayi "Vve are arrang lu(f for a jiutionnl movement on the part of tJie retail butchers to tight the trust. This will be effected through tue National Jtetall llutchcrs' Muttial i'rotneilne .Association, which has ineiiiberH In every city in the United State, and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 September 1899

CHAPTER XV.-(Contlnund.) ' "Was thla what you were working for?' I demanded, with a sudden Jeal oua suspicion, "Perhaps I was!" sho answered loft ily. "I bopa she will nover be sorry that she chose wrong." "I hope not!" I assented cordially. "A real gentleman," repeated Miss Woodward "aa froe-handed and freo spoken aj a prince a gentleman who knows bow to treat a woman, even It jho li only a servant gentleman I'd work my fingers to the bone tor, and so would a good many more!" "You did your best for htm," I could not bolp saying. "You have nothing to reproach yourself with,'" It waa true, as Wlddrlngton had aid, that all the women were fasci nated by blind ho mo, dare-devil Charlie. What wonder that Nona had felt his power? I could only be thankful that tho fascination had not gono doepor. "No; I'vo nothing to reproach myself with," tho maid assented. "And I'll pray night and day for my young ludy, , that she may soo nor mistake before It Is too la to," And with this parting shot th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 September 1899

British Imum An Seoond Baa It , Next to tbe sesraen of tbt Unite! States, British ssamsa get higher 'wages, and better (are, and more com fortable condition! ot employment than do seamin ot any otber country, OIe U Dab' Heir Natural Curl. ' Young mothers may be (lad to know that baby't balr may often be en eouraged to curl naturally If It l bruahed upward and twisted round the Anger while It la wet, Brushing down ward ratber encouragea a child's balr to grow straight. T(tbls iBOueuMd by Others. 1 'At a rule, varletlee of melona, iquaabei, cucumberi, etc, croaa readi ly In tbelr clan; Intermixture of fa mi lls la not ao frequent, yet It said to occur. Tba retulta do not ahow In the fruit of the current year, but In the feed, A Long Ialand grower found that watermelon! and muakmelona, grown 16 feet apart, or leu, did not Intormlx. Peter Henderson's rule wat to grow .varieties of mclom at least 100 yardi apart.' A New Jersey reader found cantaloupea grown within CO feot ot cuoumbera pr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 September 1899

Ifoutcb.nson Gfeette. Entered t the poetoffloe In Hntohlneon, Xuhi m wound ol ut mutter. I, Q.NETTLETON t CO. Proprietors. llRUi ordueeoaiprieN, 1.00 riaYlA . a.' in C. E. SIDLINQER, Tlio Druggist f MiecrlptloniitipocUlty. Mortb Main Street llutohtoson I'll For Jadge Ninth Judicial Dlatrlot, CIIAH. MJC1IKH. of Harvej Connly Tot Hhtrlff KUJA KAYL, of South Heoo For Oonnljr Trea.urer (i. W. IWRDT, For County Clerk t. ii, toikx, For Reulator of Peeda, CAUL MITCHELL, For County Surveyor AL Of llllU'tllOHOD Of CIH7 of Arlington For Corontr VAO'llAHA, PR. JUUAS. 1'urtrldu Arlington Tnre London Timet declares that McKlnley's Imperial policy la delight ful. If all the Englishmen In Great JJrltttio could vtte for him. there la not much doubt but that McKlnley would be re-elected. "It any man flrn on the American flan, ahoot hlrr on the spot " And if ny man applauds the man who Urea on the American Has, apot him. Newa And what will you do with the man who says take down the flax from that Sul...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 September 1899

J)R.J, W, MAUUM8, BPHJCIAUST, D. Diseases of Eye, Eur, Noso anJ Tlirout. i,iHn it lnll1rlly AdJiiHliid. Offloa In M (.1,1.1 IoidmU, ilUUllllllOII, Kill!. Ji Nusbium, father of lien Nusuanm m ho returned with hU sod from lili etwu rn trip left fur Ins borne in Vir ginia laet week. W believe It Is Bute to fay that this reason bas brought us belter fruit, In greater variety and at cheaper prices 10 hq any previous year. A report bus lieen alven out that the farm bouse of Frank MoMurrey h few jmlei west of Elmer In Linoolu town hip burned dowuSutidsy. The Hutchinson Woodmen weut to Elliuwood to the Dig log rolling In a iuu tliev 111 nut Imve intsuded to apture the towu. It was ft labor da; affair. We feel sure that Mr. M. A. Barns at Medora is one of tlie best men in the county, lie rewarded the printer last week with a dollar and two water melons. Fred Altswager of the School and Fireside left Monday for Wisconsin to attend the funeral of bis father. He bad just returned from a visit I...

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

THE , GAZETTE, K. 0. NSTTLETON Oa D. 0. Nbttliton, Ed HOTCIIINSON, KANSAS, 1 KANSAS ITEMS OK INTEREST. ilOtUws Is considering the advlsablh Sty of building a market house Kansas broom corn crop Is promis ing" well while the crop of Illinois will 'be only hulf of an average yield. All the Sunduy schools of ColTey county unite for a plonlo rally at the fair grounds at Iinrllngton on Septcm ter 6. I In the last two years and a half illutler county bus paid off mortgages ' segregating a million and a hulf of 'dollars. The 250 box cars now building at thf Panta Fo shops In Topclia, are for the 'Fen Francisco A fan Jouqu'n Valley railway. 1 The state superintendent of public Instruction In Karma actually hud to be taugM bow to carry his now baby without dropping It. 1 Osborne Farmer: Tom MoHrldoown cd the John Cronk farm exactly three months to a dny, und e'eared ubout 1.100 on his Inves' mont. Miss Minnie Homier, the young lady elected for carnival queen nt Newton, Is the daughter of Joh...

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

1 "1 PAY TAXES IN ENGLAND WlIONAIRES CANNOT ESCAPE AS THEY DO HERE. ilow tlit Itcoma Tux Catenas tlia l' ' aeniora of Lordly Iiimmms Tho Melh oili ul Levying uixl collection Wlmt Hums Aniorluitut WoulU Havo to Vy v turn, . . Of lato a snobbish prow has frown bystorlcul concerning certain o( our rich folic,, who, severing their cords of cltl.enshlp with America, (ire Joining Kngland. It a mutter of small pub llo moment Tills lit a great nation, and tho biggest mun Is but a woo bird, There should conio no popular upronr oyer any now Englishmen. What would ono say if somo ml(fhty St. Jternurd were to give way lo howls because somo (lea, aforctlmo local to himself, proferrod some other dog? It's of In terest perhaps to note tho tax-trap those ex-Amerlcuns wallc Into on tho "other side." It might, nisi, bo of wisdom wore this country to tukosomo Jouf from the British tax system and work by It Listen. Take tho Kngllsh Income tax; Some nation of what the tax moans to a IlrlllHh millionaire...

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

Some persons say they are never influenced by an advertisement. It is not expected that any one will buy Ivory Soap solely because it is suggested by an advertisement, but if you have never used Ivory Soap, you may be induced to ask some friend about it; should you find as you probably will that she is enthusiastic in its praise, then yon may try it. Millions of people use Ivory Soap: they use it because they like it. You too will like it. There is a difference in soaps. eonaigiiT mi mi tmi eaoona "Farmers' Correspondence. YOOKK IIBtlM, Jauk lluznlf 11 mid family started Mou day for Kutitiiukey wliwo tuny expect to inuke tlmlr luturi' Iwimi. Ik Hnztlt'tt took advantage of ch"Hi rate s Hint stai if il to I'miaylvuniit tiiiin lay to visit trie mis utid relatives. J. 0. Moure awl wife relumed Limit Saturday from nu exteiidtnl vihII In Ore gon, Tliey repurt it good time. Tlipy Dent h day will) K. J. Knsapll mid F L Mintla and families nt Portland nml re port 1 Lem as doing well. Mrs, Mo...

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