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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 September 1899

jyt.J, W, MAODIKB, HPKClALiIMT, , n Diseases of Kyo, Kar, Noso onJ Throat. ' Olii4'ii lonllfli lly Ailjiiiilnd. OIUm Id M onto lomiiln, lluUililM.un, K.ii.m. MHAL MI PKHMUNtl.. Jutiri lllHfUiuni Hiid wife Lave been vUi inn In K4inHnC.tr. Fay Smith moved out onto bit farm near dniith Hutchinson, Monday. Mrs. l'elrca has applied fur a divorce ifroiu ber husband, M. L. I'elrce. Sheriff Jolmnnn of Htsfford county was In the city Monday on oflloial bust, aies. The 8t John Capital thinks Stafford county should build a Jll mid take care of ber own prisoners. ' AmonR patents granted Is one to Newton Denning of llutcblnson, for a corn harvester and shocker. Ex-Representative Mule of Rush county was In the olty Tuesday on le gal business. E.G. Clark's trial will commence October 8th, Tuesday, and a special venire of Jurors have been summoned. The Central Kansas Teachers Asso ciation will meet In thU city on Thanksgiving day and the day follow InR. George Davis of NlnneBcah township was In 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. — 28 September 1899

II Iron and Steol Workers Have Seen a Gain. IRON WORKERS MOSTLY UNION. Washington, Sept. 20, Theodore dohafferof Pittsburg, president of tlio Amalgamated Association of Iron on J 8U10I Workers, was a witness before tho Industrial commission, llo said that bout 70 pur cent of tlio Iron, steel und tin workers wero organized. After 180 the Iron workers suffered 30 per cent reduction of wages tlio steel work era 10 per cent and tlio tin worker '.'"1 per cent, but slnco then thu wages lilt vo been 11lmo.1t leveled up, by advances, Tlio trade was now more prosperous than it hud over been, lint the wages were not quite ns high (ih In lS'JJ, Thu Workers In Iron, steel und tin were not getting tho full ndviinco in wages. (This was duo lo the fact that mills ,wero filling contracts made six inonlliH nd In some casesu year ago. Hut with tho filling of contrails based on present prices the advances would eoine, Muny of tho mills wero non-union owing to personal dllllcultles which arose between ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 September 1899

Tua rirat Kichbnge. When admiral, then J.Ieutflnnnt, Kauti was exchanged, and ibus liber ated (ram Ills confcdernto prison In Richmond, ba was the flmt caao of ex change of prisoners (auctioned by President Lincoln, FIFTY CENTS FOR NOTHINO. What will the Invontlvo brain of nan do noxtT Thla la n question aoma one asks almost dally. There la ono, though, who loada all others, who for a quarter of a century has been making One Inundry starch, and to-day la of fering the public tbo finest starch ever placed on the market. Ask your groeer for a coupon book which will enable you to get tbo first (wo packages of thlH now starch, "RED CROSS" (trade mark brand), also two children's Blmltespeare pictures, paint ed In twolve beautiful coloro, natural ns life, or tho Twentieth Century Ctrl Cal endar, all absolutely freo. All gro cers aro authorized to give ten large packuges of "RED CROSS STARCH" with twenty of tho Shakespeare pic tures of ten of the Twentieth Century Girl Caloudura to tho Hin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 September 1899

. There's nothing in Ivory Soup but soap, good, pure vegetable-oil soap. There's nothing to make the linens streaky, no alkali to injure the finest textures. The lather forms quickly and copiously, and waih-d.iy is a pleasure instead of a drudgery. Try it for the next wash. The price places it within reach of every one. Look oat for iuiitaib-.v?. CUI'VHIt.Ht IUUU Ut TKl MMJCTtn fc 6 .Mm I CO CINCINNATI e- TIIIC IIATlJ-IMIIf KKlllNtllUK, Mie Nuke Sli'ii.liil Miiiu lug, oil lief I rlnl Trip. Boston, Si'i'li iiilii r IM. The buttle hip Ki'iirKiirj'i', on her ofllcinl Kpeed trlnl over tupe Ann ruiuse tuiliiy, veriiged Nl.S-l knolH per lioui', On thu outward run of thirty-tliice knots, kIis vunip'il 17.:::' Knots, wllh Kinooth aeu mid wind a I it'll in . On the ri'turn, bIio nvcnifft'il 111.117 kimlx njfiiiiiNt, u heavy wind. Tim conlnict require niuut wiw hlxleeu knots, The trim wna unrci'ssfiil in every piii'tlculnr. The Kciii'surgfi today curried four biljjc mid two I cU i iir keels, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 October 1899

IIT utstortoal sooKtj TUB OFFICIAL OKOAN OF THE PEOPLE' PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. iiutciiinson, Kansas, Thursday, October 5, isoo. NO. 5. VOL. 10. THE BOER CAMPAIGN, Nine Generals Will Have Command of the Forces. PRESS CENSORSHIP MAINTAINED. Jltlauder. Fear a NaMurrv If War la UKUU'HvorU Thai Ilia lioora llavv Captured lluiidoe Nut uullriiii'tl. London, October 3. No confirm it Ion la ubtai miblu from uny source of the report vontuiiifil in u dispatch to tliu Exchange Telegraph Company lliHt the Doers Imve captured Dundee. No except ioiml activity was nlio.vn at the government oltlee Mouiluy . M r. CbaiiiUfilulii uiul the Karl of Hclborne were iilmcnt from the colonial ollloe, but Lord l.uiiwlownc, (ienernl l.onl UolHflcy it nil (ienernl Bir Evelyn Wood were busily engaged t the wur ofllce. General .Sir Kcdwnt lliiller culled nt tlio win- olllcu thin nfternomi and a apcelni lionnl meeting will lie held. Isniurnll.y, nothing of the ilihciiKilou wnH miiiie public, lint It In iimlci'Htood ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 October 1899

lit Left New York After Lunch, Feeling Somewhat Rested. PRESS TO CONVEY THANKS, Now York, Oct. 3, Admiral Dewey mil party wont by tlio navnl tug Nina to Jersey City, where tliey boarded tlio Pennsylvania railroad train leaving for Washington lit J:!.'0 p. in. When Admiral Dewey left (he Waldorf-Astoria t(i go to Jersey City the uteps nnri window slllsof all tlio houses between tlio cud of tlio hotel on Thirty lliiril street und Fifth nvennu were III led with people nuxloim to cnleh u glimpse, of hhn, Down I'lfth atomic the lino extended, eaoli of the streets being tilled with people. Tim admiral and bis huh eamo out of the botul together and Mr. I'MInoii banded the admiral Into bis carriage, Tlio crowd liiiniedlately rtfcngiiim'd the tdmlral, who wns In civilian clothing iul a cheer went tip, Admiral Dewey bowed IiIh acknowledgments, Tlio fli'Nt carriage nfter that of Ad miral Dewey contained Mr. and Mrs, Charles Dewey add Senator Proctor; the second, Captain Coghlan anil Mih. Coghl...

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

tout Thnnaanrl Abor lero. Boston Globo: It the claims that are mado for his Invention nre well founded, an Engllnh cliomUt ban dis covered a mean of producing a dogros of beat vastly moro Intense tbon ovor produoed through huniin agency be fore. WUMo details of tbo luvoutlon are being Kent secret It linn tvunuplrod that the prooeea cnnslata In tho usa of koroicno oil and sleura In such a way ai to produoo a ttmporoturo of about 4,000 degrees at a very alight expeiine. So Intern It this bent Unit It melts platinum nnd carbon with cane, and even mngnorla, coniildcred one of tho hardest substances to ftiso, Is inultod nlmout an quickly, Ordlnury Iron and steel burn like paper to the fierce blunt, and samples of lire brick that wero believed to ba absolutely Incombusti ble have been melted to lurups of earlhonwaro by U wtttiis. A OlNiit mill HI III Growing, ' Among tho hospital patients of Dr. Lucaa Champlonnlere Is a nian seven foot four Inchoi In height. He la 27 years old, and till g...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 October 1899

KI)utcbincon (5a3ctte. Enured t ths poatoflloo In Ilutuhlnson, Kansas u niooucl olaaa matter. I. I.NETTLETON k CO. Proprlotori. tuM or dussuaiiriaK, 11.00 ria Ta C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Proscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Dl .TO D For Alitrlff I LI J A RAVL, of Bomb ltouu. For County Treasurer U. W. IIARDT, tot Count? Clerk T. H. KOLRT, Of HlllClllUDOD of Clay of Arlington I'ultrlJge Arllniftun Fur Ritflalernf Dunls, CAUL MITl.HKLL, For Coiialy Survaynr ALVA O'HAIU, For Coroner I)K. JULIAN, For Conmlaalontii I'lrst district, JOIN IILACKIIl'ltN, of lliitulilnsou, Wouldn't It lie a hard jolt on the "patriots" If the "copperheads" should be In t lie majority. Tun Klondyke Joints are wide open and the governor still lives and guds uboutlu three or four States a week. What's the mutter witb his "blotter." Br tub way, have y u read it in any republican papers that State Treasurer Grimes is now stamping Htate warrant "not paid for want of funds." When McKlnley sa...

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

JJH.J. W, MAOUIltB, HPIfiClALIST, i) Diseases of ICyu, Eur, Noso anJ Throat. Ol.mrt Hi'lulttltlratlV AdJUHtnd. Olllltt III uli lumulu, lluUihlllMiil, IUiiIM. A new engine- room 2UxM) leel Ik nearlnn completion at tbe reformatory. vl ls K'lenor Hiuit't, w ho was a nurse In 0 iua, Is ytwltinif her ulil home here. John HlMrkbiii'ii his returned from Id inn ui K tunas 0ty. His wife still remains. Hum ftullunlM unLlnir as oltv dark while Hurry llolluduy li la Newton with the bajnd. W. T. Hopkins hud tliiKtT pinched tvhllH niHkliiK m coopllng at the Hock IslaudyarrtB last, Thursday. Several oases of lypnoid lever are re ported in town. Mm. Atwood and son of First avenue Et are both sick. At a pnpullHt convention of city vot ers held Saturday nlRht, John Mack turn was nominated for commissioner in the Qrst district. Joseph Fontron, who has been prac ticing law In Kansas City was brought liome one day last week and Is sick with tjphold fever. J.M. Conard of Missouri and Dr. onaid of Colorad...

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

THE GAZETTE, B. Q. SETTLETON 4 CO. E. O. NKTi'U'fOH. Kd. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. Lawrenne 1m talking beet sugar fac lory, An Atohlson (Inn received 100 cur loads of groin In one Jay recently. i Clurokeo county will this (all vote on llio proposition to establish a county 1 1 Ifll school, Thero an) more extra trains speeding 6 boil t in Knusns thlN fall than fio state ever heard of before. Tho fortieth annual convention of the Kansas diocese of llio Episcopal church Was held In Wichita thin week. Tho J. C, Lyslo Milling Company ot Leavenworth have transferred their mill and two elevators to tho millers' trust. A Hooks eounty man wakes consid rrablo money breeding St, Bernards. Ho ships piq-u all over tho United (Slates. Tho niuinal reunion of tho old and Hew MilillerM of southwestern Kansas will lie held at .Mall'ord from October 10 to SI. Burglars gut Into a hardware store lit riiilllpsburg and took a lot of line eutlery. They were eiiptnred at Smith Center. J. 1'. i'nmeroy oH'crcd Mr. ...

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

8 f 1 1 .W If TWO PICTURES, OR T H E N i Two streams, Gold and Sil ver, flowed from our moun tains. Uniting, they fur nished power to turn the wheels of Commerce. Re sult: Prosperity and Com mercial Life, to which Un cle Sam joints with pride, PRICES OF PRODUCTS. PROSPERITY HAS NOT REACHED THE FARMER. Tlio I'lnln I'ruot of the DlmiKroenbla W' jsa 7r- -(?s;sr n tuct it a Tiiuuiution or itiopi oi Farm Frortiieti for Fifteen Years " Tlio Cold Standard Ilulnn 1'rluct. Whllo tho trusts aro raising the prices of everything the farmer buys he is compelled to sell his products at a lower price than ever before. What ever relief farmers havo felt from tho ; burden of hard times has been due to i better crops In some soctlons, and not to better prices, as the facts prove. Prices of farm produets are still tend downward under the necessities of . ''fj gold standard situation. A tabula tion of prices such as any one can luako, and such as was recently pub lished by tho Springfield Leader-Demo-c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 October 1899

"You see, madam, Ivory Soap is really the most economical. The cake is so large that it easily divides into two cakes of the ordinary size. There is twice as much soap as you get in the usual cake of toilet soap. Then it is very economical in use, for although it lathers quickly, it is always firm and hard, even in hot water. As it floats, you can nut lose it or I .-ave it to waste in the bowl. We sell to ail of our best trade for general use." COPVHIOHT IHWi at IHI PHOOUH 4 UMSl.f 00. OINOIMNATt Fins Deal In Applo. Mr. M. Hiitii'HIt'KI of ll'i' Mm' Nm aerie of LiVh Summit, M hmiiiiI, Iihh been tierw a few week Hiiieiliiteinllim the Kthenn hihI i-lupplnir of h lure ijuiuitlty of iippleH. In 1HS" tiinnnh Mr. U. UlBlier, lie placed 11 luiveipitin tity of tree Willi funnel it Inn k ni dluof Hbuiit live en Mix unlt'tuif Hindi inson nn eowlltliiii Hint they were to follow liiHirui'lKniH iiii'l In recotiipt iiMe lor tret-H lie whh to Imve nil of liiiy mi crop lie iniK,,t t'lioone In from ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 October 1899

LlitOfloiU locltff TUH OFFICIAL ORGAN OP TIIB PKOPLE'8 PARTY OV RKNO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 18J9. vou 10. NO. G. FUNSTON A FAVORITE His Modoet Beeirlnff AttractB Much Attention In Yokohama. SIS MEN MAKE A GOOD IMPRESSION. nullity an llitiiril Newport rliui'Ufil Koldlrr. lurry Tliliiir. Ulili h llluli llwutl-'l liu Hiuleadtira Arru.luU. Yokohama, Sept. 5, via San Fran cisco, Oct. 9, 'Hie Twcii'ili ill Kansas regiment has cimie and g.n. add ng maternally to nil i very ilavorubu' Im pression made iby ii.ll the American troops wbo have pnased (through here on their homeiwuivl way. Th one mini who liiw been I lie cen ter of aiilraiaioti lias, of course, bien Genet'al Funston. Jli'8 ni'o.lrst bearing and t.rang personality 'have madi' him I great favorite unions the citizen at he manifestly Is among the men of his old rei nifti t. The Newport on Ills homeward voy age hnd on board u large conlliineiit Oft discharged soldier. Thoce men, finding UiM I'hoy outnumber...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 October 1899

THE GAZETTE, E. 0. SJETTLKTON CO. " B. O. Nittuitox, Ed. HUTCniNSON, . KAN.SA& UAKHAH ITKMH Ol' INTHRKST. , Tlic 1-YlHco.ha (li'cl.lc.l to build a tint tew depot ot Galona. Tl)8 Forty-fourth regiment has It. full quota cnllnted, uud they nro It camp, Thero are threw Kansas urn on tlx Unlverwlly of Pennsylvania football team Ibis year. Topokasolil Kn new audltorluiiibondt to tlio stuto school fund, They nro t per cent boiidn. Rural froo th-llvery service will bo es tablished on October (t, nl Pittsburg, with two carriers-. Grain IriKjioi'tor C'lurU of Ali-hlsoultiu been limpec-tlng un 11 venire of 70 curs 0 dny for Homo time. A Topcka denier says bis sales amount to TOO pi linos this year, WO being mill) in Slmwiieo county, A corn stalk on exhibition nt the Ok bomo county fitlr meiihured ten feel from tlio ground to the llrsl ear, Fetor atniibof t'atlu'ilnc, KIIIm county, wtya tluit tli (i grasshoppers havo taker, most of Ills 273 acres of new wheiit, Tho bonrd of managers' of tl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 October 1899

MiiiiHHnHimnuuuimHHiunHumHH KITTY'S By Author of MmmMWtuiuHHimtMmmmiAmitHHimw CHAPTER V. "Now, untie a little, Kitty, and you'll look almost pretty I'" Meg drew back a pace to survey me critically, I sat looking fixedly before me Into the llttlo cracked toilet glass, and tried to got used to the now beau tified version of roysolf that I saw re flected thero. . My dark batr whs all gathered up high on my head, twisted loosely by Meg's deft flngors to lie In soft, grace ful colls. Beneath the mass of dark hair my face looked smaller and pal or than I had been lined to think It; my eyes had nevor looked so deeply set ithey were too large and too dark for tho small noes and paleness of my face, and my lips wore too grave and too wistful; and yet, on the whole, I was prettier than I bad thought myself. For the first time In my II fo I realized that tny bead was well set, that my face was delicately shaped, that my i bin at least was pretty, , Aunt Jane was giving a party to night and I w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 October 1899

Tfoutcbtnson Gfoette. Kutarod it the poitoffloe In HuUiblMOB, KmuM h wooud olwi malUir. I.Q. NKTTLETON ft 00. Proprlilon. riHHi or 4vMamimM, 1,00 ran Via C. E. SIDLINQKR, Tlie Druggist Inscriptions Bpeolalty. North Mala Street Hutchinson For Judgi of Ninth Judlulal nintrlct, JAMKH McKINHTRV, Of llulclilDMin, For fllurlB ELIJA RAYL, of Hoiilb Itc no, For Comity TrKiirr U. W. IIAIiDT, For County Cltrk T. U. FULET, For HaiiUlcr of OiwIh, cahl Mireiim.L, For County Burvarnr ALVA O'lIAKA, For Coroner DR. JULIAS, of lliitchliion of Clny of Arlington I'mtrldito ArllimtJii For CoinmlmilDtior I-1 rot Olntrlct, JUIN II LACK II I UN, of lluioliliiaon, Somk republican papers are nitiklng remarks about "the old fashioned pop ulist." The Fort Scott Lantern asks: "Wbut has become of the old fnsbloned republican who was io afraid of the Cobden cluu and Urttish Influence? An exchange remarks: "Jerry Simp Bon drove another nail In bis colllu lust week." Jerry's cofllo must have be come a nietallo cas...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 October 1899

)IU, W, HUMUIItH, HHKCIALWT, n l.ticusw of Bye, Ear, Noso nnJ Throat. CUin-ciMimtltlolly AilJUHlcd. OIUoo In Ma wnti' luinflu, llutulihiMiu, KtlllM 1,011, Ik Hi PRaMWNAL, A union of democrats nd populmts on oanty ticketH has been oousuuiated in nluoij-elg tof IlieWo counties iu Knu'i. M is, FusUmer Meieditii In In Indiana where he went on account of the 111 me us of iwr parents. Her fatlur baa died since hir Hrrlval there. The circus liawe ud weut. It drew w Rood crowd to towu wliu saw about t.tie iHint) things lliey have seeu before. However Hie parade was excellent, the liorsea were Hue and it waa really a liu'e show. Contrary to the expectation of even the duotoiB themselves, Jesse Thorp, the traveling uiau who became so vio lently luaaue lust winter, has nearly recovered and It use ma probable that lie will do ho completely. The September term of the dlatrlct court will end tins week. The Jury liai been dismissed and the time this week will be consumed In trivial caaea, iiruulng...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 October 1899

lis m iwi. 0 NO INTERFERENCE, COMPLETE MARKET REPORTS. Troops Fully. Equipped Inside of Six Days, ISSUING NECESSARY ORDERS, T.nnlnn Hiif. 1 11 Willi! m'ne 1I1ILV 1t 'the resultof Great llrltalu's controversy with tho South Afrloou republic, every department of tlic government is as 'busy ux If actual hostilities hail begun, The electrlo flush Hint announced the moblll.atluii of the iiriny reserves mul the summoning of parliament set every wheal of the government machinery In jnotlon. An hour after the Gazette ap peared, executive orders were being dispatched from the war. ofllco to every j seotton of the kingdom, and tho 10,0(10 I Ihullotins '" whieh appeared pouted throughout the eountry are Mild to I ihave been Identical with the proclama tlon prepared for use had tho Fashodn Inoldcnt required Niieh a step. At the same time Lord Salisbury and 'Mr, liolfour were Issuing the necessary orders for the reassembling of parlia ment and tho admiralty was concen trating its transports, twe...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 October 1899

EHBgsna i CHfTIBTMAS PRESENTS PREE. Ou at tha Otmndml OrTara Evar Mad Til flrit flvs persons procuring the Enfllets Chsln Starch Dook from theli trocar will each obtain one large 10c pckM of "lied Crow" starch, one large lOo package of "Huhlngcr'i Bent" tarcli, two Shakespeare pictures print ed in twelve beautiful colon, as natur al ai life, or one Twentieth Century Olrl calendar, the fluent of iU kind ever printed, all absolutely free. All otheri procuring the Endless Cbnln . Blarcb Hook will obtain from their grocer two large lOo packagea of atarch for (a. and the bouutlful premlumi wblcb are being given away. Thla of fer li only made for a short time to further Introduce the furooua "Itcd Cross" itarch and the celobrated "Hu blnger'i Best" cold wntcr atarcb. "Rod CroBi" laundry atarcb la aometblng en tirely now, and la without doubt the greatest fnventlon of tbo twentieth century. It baa no equal, and lurpassca all others, It has won tor Itself praluo from all parta of tbo United...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 October 1899

K I I. t ;. i . v. 11 ! ! 'M IP v lljSwl Li Doctor, -what is iwe alkali?" The alkali used in the inanJucturc of sw;piis a strong chemical and is Ji-striu'tlvc f ai mal and stable tLvwc. Pure sour 's hafmless, hit when the soap is carelessly or dis lionesily made, alkali lis left in it and it is thou said to he ' free.' Snap containiim free alkali should not be used where it may do damage. "In the medial!: profcssiin, in sickness, 'in surgery and in the hospitals we use Iv ory Soap because it is .pure and contains no fxet .alkali.'" IVOR SOAP 6? W4, PER CENT. PURE. Farmers' Corrospond3nce. -VOUCH H'KWN. Wheat Un'eidilng U nearly r!wi, ami corn liunliiig I In full hlntd h"r. J)en Murpby li'if moved In 'i"lh'vlcU county. A Mr. Mnre of LHiiiH, Inn bought mid In imw livilif nn Hie farm oc cupied by Hen. Oenrge .Hurry returned from u visit In Fountain, in Hi" Hnip, lnt week, lie reporttt weryllnng OK. down tlitii'u. Rev, W. Cook up and shipped bU hauoelioU .goods lo Hlaokwell lam week. -H...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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