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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 September 1899

1 A- M IllHtOl'lonl lOolr.tf ft AfTf . If " I , ' VOL. 10. DREfFUS HAS HOPES. Xt la Reported That Ho Will Not Bo Again Dogradod, WILL PROBABLY BE PARDOM'.I). The Verdlul ol' Conviction Krvrrvly Veuouuccd lu all ouulrle-Itluuv TlireuM of HoyeoMlUtt I lie ICx poalllou-l'uri. Unlet. Itennea, September 12. A Mate of calm prvvullH here. All Hip troops auil jft'iulariiii'M iitirttTi'il In the town ml itH envlroiiH Imve It'ft. anil ...u cor re.pomlenU unit ol hnvn IntorcHtcil In the trlul Imve (Icpiiitecl ninoc Kntiir day. 'Jim cafea, which for tlie hint lew week Imve beeii thronged Willi excited ltowiIh, arc iliwrtod. Monduy afternoon u aulltnry gen darme juiced up mid lown before the mllltiiry prlHon, und tliere wiih not ft liolleciniin or it Holdler nenr tlie l.yuce, which hiKt week resembled u liiirnieln. Workmen were bimily iliHiiiiintlnitf 1 he court room mid puckliitr life cliulm, table and beuclien on a trolley car outHlde. Alme. DreyfiiH vlhited her himlmnci In tbu prlmiii Monday ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 September 1899

CIIAPTEIl XVII. . Tho mollified officer produced paper, over which Mr. Walker pored (or about five minutes. "I don't see anything about searching my hoiifw there," ha remarked grimly, at he handed the document back to Mr, Brown, "Perhaps you'll put your fin er on tha place, and I'll glvo In," "It's a warrant for the npprehonslnn of Charles Branscombe, gentleman," laid the officer pompously, "on a charge of ahem felony a very seri ous charge." ."And what tha dickens," cried the old gmtleman, Irritably, "have I got to do with Cbarln Dranseombo or any other felon, I should like to know?" "Ho was seen lar.t closo to this houeo," enld Mr. Brown, "and" "And whilst you've been Jabbering hero he's had time to get far enough iway from It, I should say," Inter rupted Mr. Walker, contemptuously, Ignoring a sign from uIb wlfo, who threw open the door with & civil1 "You're welcome to look upstairs and lown, and wherever you like, sir." As Mr. Brown descended to tho gar ten, after an elaborat...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 September 1899

tr-i'.Li i 'Soma Flower FaneW. TU ffapanem bav a cuitom oC ' ftratlng ths bloMomlng of the treeg bj general nulldajr, Tbli aeithotio peo ple, alio regard the grouping of flowcri at euoh a due art that they froquentlj require their young womon to take I two-year course dimply In the arrange merit ot flowori. Dotb the Chinese and the Japanese hnve t true Idea of tin vuluo of each blosHom, leaf and stem In the final effect, Each twig, each branch, li given Iti place In the study. no blossom or leaf must be crowded; each Instead must stand forth In IU own beauty of form unt color. Stiff' Dsa, close masses and all gcomotrlo designs are avoided as expressing everything that Is Innrtlstlc, Knob, va rlety of flowor also requires a different ' (tyle and size of vase, ao well as an entirely dllTorent treatment In the ar rungemeut, Baltimore Herald, Triple Twins, Springfield (111.) Bpeclal to the Chi cago Chronicle: The old saying that unusual occurrences come In groups ol three was strikingly...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 September 1899

Iftutcbinson Qwtte. Entered it the poetoffleo In Hnlohlnaon, Sanaa M aecond olui matter. E.O. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. tiHNS Of dumoiirpTiM, 1.00 rmiYiA C. B. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist I'.'HHoriptloDB a Specialty. North Muln Street Hutchinson jniMD'ODIDTVTir 1 Tor Judge Slnth Judicial lllilrlut, CIIAS. IIUCHBlt, u( Uurvej Count; Tor flhtrlff EMJA It A V Li, of Hontb Hunu For County Treasurer U. W. IIAKDT. of llntchlneon Cor County Clerk T. II. FOLEY, Of t'lHJ For Iteulalorof Dnnln, CAUL MITCHELL, of Arlington For County Bnrvevor ALVA 0' II A It A, ruitrldge For Coroinr DR, JULIAN, Arlington Mark Hanna pays personal tux on 97,200. 0, how hard Is the way that plutocrats travel In our laud of the brave and home of the free. Since reading this we are beginning to Itu aiglne ourselves rich. There Is there fore Home consolation In It for the Door man. For about live minutes be can undergo the sensation of opulence, eince he pays as much taxes as the rich. B. E. Kiks who has been so long ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 September 1899

jpH..I. W, MA'.iUIItB, BHKCIALJBT, . DiHuiiHua of Kye, Kur, Noso and Throat, Ol.iHrfa i-iiHltrlly Ailjuntiid. Offlua In M onln itiin ilu, lluuililn.ou, Kmiim l.tM AI, U PKMftUAIAI., Hutchinson fdiodlm peuod Monday U nn, to Mr. Hint Mr. Will Wilson, .A ven no U. WuHt, m iuii. lUiuling Bo. uliows will txblblt ti,re ou October 6th. Tliurailny. J ude Frank Martin tried a lawsuit jtt KiuKllnliHr, Okla., lent week.' Drs. Kllppel an 1 Duval are hiintintt ''bar" up in the Uucky M.Miu'.Hiiit Ibis week. Job Fontnin, who is imw a thriving joung lawyer of Kaiman Oily Is visit ing his parents hi-re. 0. E Mssooiu. Rock Island agent at this place has Just returned from a visit to Philadelphia. Mrs. Graves of Waynoka, Okla., Is visiting bur brutliei'-iu-law, James -Graves on Avenue H, West. Chua Haddock of Hurrton was oper ated on for appemleultls a few days ago at the Stewart Hospital. W. I). Ooxey, advance agent of Ulngllng Urns.' Shows, who was here this week In a cousin of Commonweal 'Coxey. Se...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 September 1899

THE GAZETTE, E. Q. NETTLKTON it CO. b. a. nittlitum, bu HUTCniNSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS. OF INTICRKBT. The Topeka canning factory is rnn lnf day and ulght, Survivors of tlio Eighth Kansas In fantry will meet ut Topeka, September t5-20. 'Atchison liana brewery whli'h has. been running night uud day fur thirty ycnrn. Tlio whlstlo of n nail factory will) sound beforo long at Lawrence, it Is promised. Belott has four veterans of tlio Mexi can wnr. They hold reunions every little while, Thcro has born coiiKMcnililo talk bout cellulose factories for Kunsns, but none has appeared yet. Tlio commissioners of Jewell county will put in fourteen new steel bridges In that county this fall. A, L, Hell of St. Marys him been ap pointed it teacher at tlio Ilockbury In dlnn school, in Arl,oua. The lllawutha World hays that M. A. Low pays a man named Keats S'J, .100 year to look after and drlvo his raco horse. The Wichita Association of Congre gational chtirchos and ministers held Its soml-annuiil In...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 September 1899

ARTERIES OF REPUBLIC. t ( (JUSTICE CLARK'S ADDRESS TO RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. Clrur Bight of th. rnl.llo lo Control Thorn Knorniom Volume of Tliolr Trmo and Consequent I'owor-reruU'l-ous Interference lu 1'olUlci. The followlntr Is a dlgust of the f .TiiKtli.n Walter Clark, of the North Carolina Supremo Court, dull V Tho Immense volume of this bur,l ered recently bv Invitation before the n0M) wh0,8 receipts nggrep,ato nearly 1 mr.i.inn of railroad com-, tnUKionnm at Denver. Colorado; From the golden mile stono fn the Roman Forum radiated those magnl flccnt roads whluh to ihls day tell how Homo built for the ages, Along them poured the ttdo of the Kcpubllo anu tho Empire's commorcoi over them tramped tho lemons, and as the Cod Tormlmissuocessfully removed further mid further the limits of hor domains, these magnificent viaducts carried to Ihe remotest -ergos tho arts, tho liter--turo, the laws, the civilization that was Roman, Judoed her roads mado possible tho vast extent of her domin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 September 1899

,r" 1 AT THE THEATRE. As the cue is given, a last look into the mirror testifies to a fairness not gained with paints and powders, but by the use of a soap free from harmful alkali, and made of clean vegetable oils. Such a soap is "Ivory" it is per cent. pure. copyright nut uv thi piiochh a qamuli co. Cincinnati SCHOOL NOTES, l'rol. S. VV. Hlni'k nf tin State Text Boi'k Clltllllllrisioll, IH lit I'M ill tllH llltl'l'- 6Ht tf thn cimiuiHHloii this week. O. .1. lViklna mill N. W. Muhmh repreHi'iitinK the lCilurKt ionul lttlllr-li-lngO..Hin here and will woik the couniy In the hitereHt "f the I'rliimry Lhiikuhki" (.'liurt, eiliipted hy the Stute. The ctiHrtn me excellent. Mr. Fred J. Altsw(erof the School and Flieflide, Iihs returned from W -couain, where lib went to Hitend Ms father's fuiienil. Mian Anni4 May Wood of Nlckeraon, will tench the Intermediate, railee. ut Turon. Kev. .1. W, Uurket will leitve shortly for sclitml. The UHBoclallon proKcauia will lie pnbllahed tills n.nutli I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 September 1899

Ill bUtorioal took If IT TT It o TUB UFF1C1AL ORGAN OP TIIK PKOPLK'8 PARTY OP RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1809. NO. 3. VOL. 10. IN1MICE TO TRUSTS Conforonoo In St. Louis to Dooldo on a Pollc y of Oppoaltlon. REGULATION OR AIMUILATION, Wovcruor Mayer, of Tex. ll rllu Blur u llio uiil'rrtMv4 Nu M.u llu No lli'tfiilur I'ro drain l'i.iird. Bt. LouIh, Si'iti'inl)iT 10. (iovornor Johi'jiIi 1). Kiifi. of 'JVxiih, the iii'ltf Inatur of the mill-triikt ui.n.e.i tuc be tween (fovpniorn mill nttonu'.vn Keif erul, wlilrh Ih to oi'ii here i'u.ii'n- J I. ....I I.. .1... ...... tlrillll'll' Al. UU, Ullivrii in im- j' torney (iimerul Smith, ol Texim, ll ml Oovi'incr Jones mill Attorney ln'lie.lil IJnvlH.of ArluiiimiM, Imve ulw urriietl. 1 1 I . . I ' Uovernor mejiiiniH mm .munn-j -( cnil Crow, of AlixKinirl, ennie Hi won day nljrlit. (iovcnioi' Snyers Iiiik pre- jiiH'cd no jirorrariine for tlif I'onlVr-! tiice, niid hii.vk tliif iiiccIIiik: will lit' en tirely liifiirim...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 September 1899

filipinos Think All Aiiicrlcan Men Are in Luzon. THAJ WOMEN DO THE WORK, Kimtuui City, Sept, 10. D. S, Illbburd, h. fr'esbyterlan missionary at Manila, lis written a most iiilorcstlnir letter to ills brother In Kansas City. It tho Is lands full Into tlui hands of tlio insur gent army, ho says, Spaniards and Am ericana may Imi1c for fearful treatment. Looking at tlio natives from a nils slonnry's standpoint, they nro an ex ceedingly hopeful race. Aside from tho rough element, they are kindly dispos ed to tin, appreciative of kindness an a ride, and Intensely eager to learn the English language, They nro here in every degree of morality and civiliza tion, There are the extremes of wealth, and poverty; there are powerful and educated minds from colleges a very few and those that arc savagely super stitious. The majority nro a people easily led, fond of bright dress, uiuslu and dancing, mid quick to pick up new Mistoms; these ure the crenui of the Philippines. From this they grade down ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 September 1899

A Trlbuta. Tba model (or tbo Winnie Davli me. inorlul monument It completed. It U figure of the Angel ot Grlof. In the pose are blendod dignity and aduosn, while In the face of the angfil la an xpresalon of unfuthomabla lorrow, It ii a touching tribute to tba beloved Daughter of tba Confederacy. When completed, tba monument will be un veiled at Richmond. A Maryland law prohibit BaUIraor policemen from dying mechanical work tar tU dwartmant, or tor hire. PRIMITIVE CHRONOLOOY. Id Mexico HodIIii Are Named After tha Arrl.ul of Blrda. The most primitive mothod In chro orient blmnclf In the world of time by associating particular luratloni wltb vixiKxihiiini of wonthor. with ammonal aspects of vegetation, and with the constantly changing eights and sounds of the animal world, coys Popular Sci ence Monthly, In tho calendar of the Croes, for example, we find such dculg nation as "duck-month," "frog moon," "leaf-moon," "borrlcs-rlpfl month," "buffalo-rutting moon," "loaves entirely changed,"...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 September 1899

l3utcbitioon Oa3ctte. Euiured tt tin po.toffloe In Hntohln.on, Knn m ooad olut mttuir. 1. 0, NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. riKHt OF dUaniPTinN, 1.00 p YiA . u 0JNTDNI C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist I'.'escrlptloDS a Speulalt. Nortb Main Street Hutchinson For J(1 Ninth Judicial District, CIIAH. nuniKit. of Harvey Coontjr Fnr fllnrlff ELIJA ItAVL, of South Heno, For Comity TrwtMiinr u. w, hardt, of lliitclilnm of Cluy For t'ouulv Clerk T. II. FOLUV, For ltKllornf Punk, CAUL MITCH BLU For Couaty Surveyor ALVA 0'IIAIt.l, (if Arlington I'm trlilj-'o Arlliik'tan For Coroner UK, JULIAN, There never was a better ticket placed in nomination by the people' IMi'ty In Reno county than the one this year. Not a weak man on It. Look it over carefully and Bee If you don't come to the name conclusion. It has been noted that speakers on labor day made "silence" on the for eign question the ouly sound to be lieard. Wherever there la organized, intelligent labor there Is very little en thusiasm for h polic...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 September 1899

J)IU. W.MAOUIItK. ' BPKC1AU8T, n. DUeoses of Kyo, Eur, Noho an J Tluout. )Une ttplntli'il'T AdJuBlcd, onto Irmnlo, Kiiujlilrifoii, Kitu Olllcti Id Mt lltdtk AS PKHAONAL, A. 0, Mtlony who bus been employed In l ie iill'ne of Fivil Cuaner lor some tut was adiultiad to the bar the older iy A. I KruiiHti ta xpeeilnR to build a new store buildlnR oo bla lota Urat door north of i Martin Dry Goods Coro f)Hiiy aiid'may wake It a three story building. The Young I'eoulu'e Local Uolon field a street car party Tuesday even ing. They chartered three cars and road around over the city for two ihoiira and a half. .Mr. A. K. CoQistock of Castleton has uld bis Interests at that place and is contemplating moving to the Strip. We shall dislike to loose Mr. Coinstock lrom the county. The city couuuil last Monday night instructed the Unance committee to make the best contract possible In the mutter of refunding the city bonds, subject to approval of the council. Liquor cases BgnliiHl Clarence 13m iey an...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 September 1899

THE GAZETTE, E, 0. INETTLETON Ca E. O. Nrrn.KTOd. K4. HUTCHINSON. KANSAS. KANSAS ITICM4 OF INTKKKHT. rhuloRrailihi( ltntllrhl. Wo urn more or less necuiitoiiicd ti surprises In pictorial jouniullHiii, bu' tho current Ikhuo of Collier's Weekly hhowH something entirely out of thu I'oinnion. It contains rcniarkulilu pho tographs, lllm-trntlng tho trial trip oj the new bill tli'Hhlp Alabama, duo oj tllC pictures IsUKternvicW of thlH'ritlhCl' 'Vhowlng her heclH," apparent ly taken from tho righting top of tho vcnkcI, look ing down upon thu deck nnd the swlr ing waters In her wake. The most In teresting picture uf nil ilhistrutou 11 prominent feature of modern journal' lhin. It bhowN newhpuper correspond' cuts sending inoNWigi'S to their Jour nals liy currier pigeons thrown from tho bridge of thu hhlp whllo far out lit hen, Jewell county In yelling for earn to carry away tho corn on ha ml. Ucpubllo county Is to liavo a corn jubilee at llellovlllo tho first weelc In October. Tho regltit ra...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 September 1899

THE MAN WITH THE HOE. p7 each other, decided that the situation! was comic, and laughed merrily, "He's a nnrngon!" said Meg. "Poor little Kitty! Will you like to marry puragoin" For a moment I had hesltated.scarce. ly knowing whether to laugh or cry, Tho girls' merriment decided me; a lump soomed to rise up In my throat; tho tears filled my eves, overflowed. KITTY'S HUSBAND Dy Author of '"Hetty," Etc, and fall fnat upon my opon Euclid.'" . 44 A 1 t f X If! ? ,' """"" ZS STRUGGLE FOR FUEEDOM. EXTRACTS FROM ALTCELD'S LABOR DAY SPEECH. Dawn of Another Great Epoch In the World'! Progreu Toward Equal Right! for all Privileged Clniioi la Opposi tion bi Tlioy Alweri Ilttre Ilean, . A digest of Ex-Governor Altgcld's labor day speech In New York: A llttlo over two centuries ago tho world began its great struggle for re ligious liberty, for freedom of thought, (for the right to worship God according to the dictates of tho Individual con fidence. The established interests of the time, the gove...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 September 1899

i fl , 1, ... (; I ' ' i 7 " (? The "Ivory" is a favorite shaving soap because it makes a profuse rich lather, which softens the beard to be removed and leaves the skin unharmed. It costs about one-fifth as much as the so-called shaving soaps and many who have used it for this purpose for years, will not have any other. The vest-t;ihle oils of which Ivory Sn;ip Is ni'uk-, fit It for many special use for w hich other soaps are unsafe or unsatisfactory. IkMillbl, UN. I.) n. fntm t llaau. . IImImmI WHAT DID THE TWENTY-FIRST DO IIY K . m UI.KIl. We licur hi much of Klin-loll mill of III gallant buys , "Viu'll Wl'IrnlllU Hunt' hollll'CmilllU Willi flu era anil lls n( imlsi'i Jlut when we're thinking nf Hie thlt ui done by theae luiyn In b'.uo. We're iit to iUui-llun, "'hil on.i'iillll did Hid Twnily-JrslnrH tin'" Now there's llm Twentieth hoys, who tlmiulil tiny wvia forgot, And at the I'ruslillo four months ir tin rnili'iul, While wu of lliu TwentyllMl wont nuilh, tlio IhikI of ootlou t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 September 1899

ex" TUB OFFICIAL OUQAN OF TUB PEOPLE'S PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. iiutciiinson, Kansas, Thursday, septemdeu 28, 1809. vou 10. NO. 4. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. HUTCHINSON. 11. D. Homoeopathist- Rmldonoe, KID Sherman Ra.t, Phont 174 Offlc! B North MilD Burnet, l'bui). 1W Hntoblnvm, Kan. A. t, Hoi.i.iw Ay, M.D. 8. 8. Iloi,i,owr, M.D, Jtat,! 8. Klr.L lie. Vol A Kaat, JJRS. HOLLOWAT HOLLOW AY, Phjr.lolaiue and Burgeon, Onto! No. I North Main Street. Telephone! I Residence No. It, Oflloe No. HO Hutchinson. Kansas, J O. MALCOLM, v. D, Ilomoepathlo Physician and Surgeon. Give In eoaneollna with mrdlolD the beet electric treatment of (II dlaeueoe. Oflloai MoOtirdy block, oorner Mala bJ Sherman Streete. Rmldenoe 113 Klrtt A Tern. Ea.t. JJ FIBHCB, Attorney-at-Law. Boom 1. 9, and 8 over Midland Drug 81 ore. 118. STEWART, KM North Main Street. Or. J. E. Stewart. Burgory, Huoolal atten tlon todlana.tu of women. Dr. K. A. Swiwart Byo, Bur, Throit and Noea, Glaaeee properly adjusted. JEWELRY. HKNKY Z1NN, J...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 September 1899

, .Jg THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NKTTIiKTOM CO. E. Q. NITTLCTOM. )!d. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS KANSAS ITt.MH OF IXTEKIiMT. KCnnsnH in now flipping fffy poultry to Culm, The Syl DI.noii grain trnln was ut ttio Atchison corn carnival. The coal mliii-isof Ocago county lmvo hnd their earnings Increithcd ly an ad vance of 10 edits a ton for mining. Tho flrist annual rnnlon of tho Twenty-first KaiiNan volunteers will Inkn pluco at Kingman October 3 to 5. At tho Atchison corn carnival tho Itoek Inland provided for tho street pa rade an automobile, freo of oxpento to tho city. J. V. rmieroy offered Mr. Waggoner 17.1,000 for IiIm Interest In a gold mine at Victor, Colo., mid Mr, Waggoner re fused tho offer. At a circuit la Wichita Knitna Latenn, ono of tho trapeze performeri, slipped and fell from a rope and wuh plelied up unconscious. Outside of a hadly sprain ed wrist she was not hurt iniieli, ITorton, Drown county, now a city claiming 4,000 people, being a division station, with important shops, of the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 September 1899

I I i i 1 1 111 ' i in l I ,l i i' m I ii. i The Mexican: That man the Silver Wheel. ECONOMIC LIBERTY. POLITICAL LIBERTY THE MEANS TO THIS END. Cum then U UMn the Temlwii-le of Th oi 4 UoM Htnndnrd Tlmi- Unlveral Monopoly TiwanU Whlrli tho Hlilp uf Hint Is Driving. "Take no thought, therefore, saying what ya shall eat or what yo shall drink," etc. Vou are told to tnmt In God and all will be well In the end, and you have gone on for yenrs trust ing and praying, hut tho conditions re main much tho satno as they were years ago. I believe In tho one God. I believe that this la tho bent worM that we could live In. Even our friend, Col. Ingeraoll, could not havo planned It hotter, Ills striking statements were made to call attention to bigoted er rors. When the laws of God and na ture are obeyed It will be juat as Christ said It would. We would be satisfied with the law If wo did not violate It. Wo have political liberty. What la It but tho means of getting economic liberty? There Is only...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 September 1899

Ifoutcb.neon flfaette. Entered at the poatoffloe In Hutchinson, Kanse H Moond olsat matter. E.O. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor.. HMD or iumuniFTUN, 11.00 pan Via C. B. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist V :escrlptlons a Specialty . North Main Street Hutchinson For Abe riff JtLIM RAYL, of South Keno. For Comity Treasurer U. W, HAflDT, For County Clerk T. II. FOLBT, For II g Imer of 1) A It L MITCHELL, For Comty Surveyor ALVA. U'IIAK.1, For C'orontr I)K. JULIAN, of lliiU'liliiKon of Clay of Arlington l'umldtfe Arlington Commissioner' Convention. A uiHflS convention Ih hereby culled to meet Ht the Sunflower League Headquarters, No. Ill South Main street, on Suturdty evening at eiht o'clock, September 30th for the purpnae of nominating a candidate for commNsloner for the First couiiiils aioner'e district. All persons who are in accord with the views of the peo ples' party are earoestly requested to Le present and part'oipate. IIoiiack FosTBit, Cotnraliteetran from First Ward. A, M. Nettleton, Committe...

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