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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 October 1899

mW IT Mo hUlOrloril Iflotctf THK OFFICIAL OHGAN OF TIIK PKOPLB'8 PARTY OK RENO COUNTY. VOk 10. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER ID, 1899. NO. 7. WHAT'S YOUR PRICE gft ' '.' wiy pr. ,iwv. 480a Bedroom suits, from -Side Boards, from Extension tables -Dining chairs Rocking chairs Iron beds - We can save you money. Don't spend it until you see The Hutchinson Furniture Co. BACK SET FOR BOERS Defeotivo Transportation Borvloe Delays Their Advance. 1TTACR OS CLESCOE ABANDONED. Commuiilintlou Willi Klmbrrly Mill CufOir-'Jiie Nulul lnvatlou ill ado la Three .'oliimi.-Tele UruU Wli'i'n ( ill. , Xondou, Oct. 17. Di&puitihi a from the Oa.pe are very im agcr, but tliey Include un Imipoi'taiH iiicsMige from leneoe ca.mp, Uattd 3:35 Monday Ticu'iuoon, au'iioiiueiii'g thul the Hocr oouunnaiinloes, which Invaded Natal through NttingV AtH'k, und aftuu' occu pying Niwuwisille, advanced to i'anu La user, realm! on lngugane MomUiy vetting, ii'hi'lr transport service being reported Uo'l'twWve. Tl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 October 1899

THE GAZETTE, . 0. SiETTLETON ft CO, B. 0. Nittlitum, Ed. HUTCniN80N, KANSA& BANHAt ITL'MN OF 1MT1IKSA The Twentieth KuiihAH comes homo Ith a record of twenty battles fought, Tho Banta Fo eating houses will In thofuturo glvo paHi;engcrs M minutes xor meals. Thoro aro OTOhtudcnU now attending the Agricultural College; 350 more limn ever boforo. A Ford county 1 -on wlio liiul a 20- aero fluid of broom corn liiHt week ttold tho orop In tlio field for MO, Tho Kun(iH Hiiprcmo court has decld d that tho apcclul flro Ux levied against railroads In homo of tho western counties Ih illegal, A Hiawatha man has nn orehurd of eight ocn acres from which hu has wild 830 barrels of tipples thin year, netting bun ncnrly CDO per acre. Tho boys at tho Friends' University, Wichita, arc highly elated over their football team. Constant addition to tho team Ih mulling It btrong. At Seneca, Kanntis, tho lllngling brolhcs, circus men, saw two horses which pleased them and they whacked down 8300 nnd carri...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 October 1899

iHimuiiiHiiHniHHimiimwiHim KITTY'S By Author of IK, - CUAI'THB VI. (Continued.) "Kitty," ho suld, "I want you to Union to mo (or a little whllo, will you 7" I cust ono quick, seared, deprecating little glnueo nt him, and lot my eyes full. My lioitrt was beating In such a wild and foolish way Unit I could not speak, could not prevent htm from tweaking, could not think, "1 did not meun to ray HiIh to you Jiiut yet," lio went on goutly, In his quiet, steady, earnest tone, "It seemed scarcely fair to you to say It yet. You mo so young life la all beforo you you buve noon so fow people, soon bo llttlo of tlio world, Unit I foul I may lie taking n unfair ndvuntago of you an unfair advantage of your youth. I mount to ho pat lout, Kitty; I meant to bo piilloiit and wait. Hut a week or two ago I confided to Mrs, Corflcld what I meant ono duy to nuk you; and It bus Btruolc me slnco tlion tlint she must have told you something of what I sold to her. That 1h why I am Break ing to you, dour, no ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 October 1899

!3tttcbtt0on (5a3ettc. KDUirwl it lh poatoflloe In HuUihlntoa, Kansat ' m Mooud olaet mattor. E.a. NETTLETON A CO. Proprltlori. tlHHI Of dUBiOIIIPTION, 11.00 MR Y C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist P.-eaorlptioua a Specialty. Nerth Main Street Hutchinson PEOPLESPAUTYTICKET For Judge of Ninth Judlolal District, JAMKH MoKINDTItV, of lluulilnon. For nhtrlff It LI J .4 I1AVL, of Hoiilh lleno, Wot Conntjr Treasurer U. W. II AftDT, of Hutchinson uf ("lay For County f'.iIimETt ro,Cou.lyBrnrA(),iiAiUi of Arlington Partridge Arlington Tot Corousr Pit, JULIAN, fur Coeimlalonur I'lrsl Ulotrlct. JOHN IILACKUl'ltN, of lliitohlnson. ' Tim government will soon have smokeless powder factories siilllclcnt iienr Washington to supply the navy with 6,000 pounds of stuokeloss powder per day Klckerson Argosy. See here, brother, that Is socialism TiiEOhio State Banker's Association refused to endorse McKlnley's Impe rialistic po'lcy. Who would have thought Agulnnldo would have had so many "allies" In McKlnley...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 October 1899

- JJIt.J, W, M 9CIItB, HPKCiAlJm', jd Dmciiflus of Kyo, Har, Noso uiiJ Tun-ut. l.iiw lirlentllli'illy AiIJiimM. OIUdo lu Mb tin lorai'to, HaUililllMiu, Kmititt. MICH AMU FKMWfllli, There hi several cases of dlptlie nU reported in Uii. A case oi uitiUii lever id reported on Toiir'li Avenue Kt. Joey Sobulir bas applied for divorce Iron) Iter husband Stanford BhulU. Jessie Snyder haa tiled suit for dl voroe from her husband Alphonzodny der Id the district court. Mr Mitchell, a young attorney from Owensboro. K . I" In llutctilusoa with the v ew to 1 rcatlng. Mr. David LhukIiIiu of Haven was In the city Tuesday, lie says the re cent rain did not reach Haven. Hroom corn buyers have recently been buying in the western part of this county at as til ah usIHK) pT ton. Kate Clement has commenced n suit In the district court for a legal separa tlon from her husband, M. II. Clement. Mies Nellie Drown of Fifth Avenue East was quite badly burned Friday evening while lighting a lire with coal oil. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 October 1899

RHMlf THIRTY TIMES LARGER Is tlio British Army for South Africa Than In Previous War, DUTCH POWER SWEPT OUT, liOiidon, Out. 17. (ieu. Sir Kodvers Buller lilts gone, nnd already tho Boer bullets have sung a song of dospertito defiance. That tlio next few weeks will bo marked by sharp fighting can almost be taken for granted. That tlio result will probably be for a time not toe fu vorublo to tho British In also to bo ml mittod. Tho main question In, how long uro hostilities to litHt'.' Thoulll nuito English victory Ik almost assured by vlrtuo of overwhelming wtii-niftli. General ltullor lint campaigned over tho whole present battle ground, nnd Is, above all, ft soldier from head to foot. As mum iih ho reaches South Af rica hewlll Inaugurate Michuciiinpiiilgn of aggressiveness ns tho worhl bus sol .lum neon, but which ho believes Justi fiable by virtue of bin own superior force. Tlio sternest measures will not be Uxihtern for blni, ami until the last vestige of Hutch power, whether In ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 October 1899

oldlera Ma? Mot Butok lit Berlin and many other 'capital towni abroad aoldlori art forbidden to imoke In anjr of tbe principal utroeti through which royalty might pitM.and ir bv nr chanco they should tee a royal earring approaching In another itreet they must Instantly throw away their clgari or clgareti, Tho churoli of Rome li moat emphatlo on tho sub ject of nmoklng, and tio prlcit dura imoka In public Time liwiU nil woiinilti, l)iit tho trouulu lu Unit our tlmo on onrlh la limited. Tin KtiKh of l'orl. Uuaattlr-1-Dln of Tcrula wwi miule the governor of a provluca when he wuj quite a imall boy, though ho had oo work to do .In connection with tho office, Owing to his futhcr'B Jealousy and parsimony ho wn lenpt Try short of money and dcHporately Ignorant, while he was also Indolent and hood toes. Nowadaya ho acorns a fairly atnlablo sort of gcntlcmnn. Ho epondl big time In ihoating, taking anap liota, playing with a little tologrnph tnatrmuout, and pottering In hla gar den, In a poa-...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 October 1899

Examine the new oil cloth on the kitchen floor; its color and gloss are being destroyed and you may see where a cale of common soap fresh from the hot water in the scrubbing bucket has been laid on it for a moment, the free alkali having eaten an impression of the cake into the brylit colors. A more careful examination will show small "pin holes" here and there where the alkali has cut through the surface to soak into and gradually weaken the whole floor covering. This is whatcheap soaps do. Use Ivory Soap, it will not injure. ' IVORY SOAP IS 99, PER CENT. PURE. 30PVNIQHT MUt Wt THI KOCTM 4 ftAWNLI OO, CINCINNATI Farmers' Corrr.sj'Oiidincc. Y4tlt:it III. nn A uiinil ruin IiihI HiiiiiIh.v tiiehl n will lit bmn-nVi'il fur 1 1n hnt. TIih meetings utill oiiiiiiiitrf nl 'the BHpiixt cliincb witii mi'iwi'i inirtceM. Rev. Arohllmlil HiiIi'Iiiii.in i h inkl ing the pxiitur, B, (I Tucker hi lf' of O-iiiiint, Iii tliuiiH, Kii'visliiiiji ln 'jiwiliTi' FihiiIi niiil other frimils nf ( Li I a pl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 October 1899

to. i ftl'.e bUtoiluul louHSjr HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1899. NO. 8. VOU 10. P. MARTIN DRY GOODS CO. WHAT'S YOUR PRICE ' V.'i.'.i'm.i it Kansas' Orcnttet Dry Goods Sellers. Hutchinson, Kan, Out. 2C, 1899 L i rir" TUE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIK PEOPLE'S PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. t '..1 . .'.';,.,;.. , fii A',CW'bJrV--l I1 ' '7, ft f ASTrTfrrnTrrv;,'A if f WMI ti ai SJ wet Bedroom suits, from Side Boards, from Extension tables -Dining chairs Rocking chairs Iron beds We can save you money. Don't spend it ntil you see The Hutchinson Furniture Co. IK I III! London Looks-Upon Reports from the Seat of War With Considerable Misgiving and Doubt. DISQUIETING STORIES FROM DUNDEE. Bcpnrt That thfl lloem Ara Shelling tlm Town an the HrltMi Ar Uimbl. 0 Kcach the Kiwmjr Lord Wolaeluy'i War 8umnarlw1kti(l to Statement! of ttta 6iBtllli Sllul.trjr l.t Year. London, Oct. S3. The war office here has been attempting to explain the summary of the situation In Natal. In the absence-of authentic ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 October 1899

THE GAZETTE g. 0. NETTLETON 00. B. 0, NITT1.IT0H, Ed. BOTOniNSON, KANfcAS, OiVtNSAB ITKMH OIP INTKIIEU. Cobs are bclnir advertised for wile at different point In Kansas lit U-n oiuitu loud. A Marshall county dinner expects 'to grt 10,800 bushelsof polntocsfromaliS nero patch. In the Lttbftto County district ourt how were dui-lng1 tlio first week. Aen convictions nnd pleas of guilty. The Exchange bank of Stockton bus gono Into liquidation. The owner claims Unit bunking In not profitable. Professor L. L. Dycho hiis32reyifNts for lectured from points In Nebraska, Coloruilo, Kansas, Missouri nnd Oklo lionjo. Anntl'!' new electric light company It after ft francliit.0 in KiinsasOty, Kan. The promoter lire James A. lllulr atid James II- Frost. Norton, county In having a warm campaign over the location of a county high school, F.vcry town in the coun ty in candidate. Cawkm-C'lty Ledgeri "Twenty-one monthK ago V. R, Oliver purchased a bow for SI','. For the how and IncrcJi ho hM reUllwd 817...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 October 1899

MumummnnniHUMHWwnmn" KITTY'S By Author of CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) We moved oway from the window of the staircase and wont downstairs to gether. "You don't mind my lnnghlng, dear?" Meg questioned, still with gen tleness. "I didn't mean It. In my licart I like John very much all ex cept well, all. except the speckled beard. It I laugh at him sometimes, you won't mind, will you? It's my way I laugh at everything when one doesn't laugh one's spirits got so low) Shall I tell you what mamma is doing In the drawing-room? She Is secretly whispering the good news to (very one. Every one has come, and evory no Is duly Impressed by your good fortune, Kitty. Now for the congratu lations! Oh, poor dear, I pity you for the next fow hours! " Dut the next few hours, bad as they were, were over at length. The piano was silent aguln; the gas In the drawing-room was turnod frugally low be hind the lout of the departing guests. Only John Mortimer romalnod behind. He drew me elose to him whero he stoo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 October 1899

:.r-.' h Tfoutcb.iiijon (5a3cttc. Itntered at the postufflno Id Haloblnson, KaneM as eeoond olaee mattor. 1,8, NETTLETON CO, ronrlalore. riHHl OF duaeoaiiTioN, li.oo pmYba C. E. SIDLINGKR, f :ficrlptloni tipevlalty. Nrth Main Street Hutchinson ni? MDAUTVTHW For Judte of Ninth Judicial DUtrlct, JAMuH MuKINdDIV, of Hutchinson. Fur Sheriff HUX HAYL, of Houtb Mono rorCUnnlyT,.rriui(Dy) of Hutchinson For County C ,, F0U;T( r(,rR.i..l,onH,a..TuiEU( of fliiy of Arlington I'nrtrlilKo Vor Cuioiirr Dll, JULIAN, Arllniftun eTr Comml'slimei First district, J( UN III.ACKIII UN, ul' lliitoliliiaon Ahaidwrh niHtle on the Leiivcn wortti Klondike liwt week uml the vlioleof h few hot tk'S of soda were captured. Hut ri'puhllcHti pupers me crowing over tbfl "blottlnu out of tlie Klondike." A tip bud been given to the Qve proprietors in due time. This la a wonderful war, this Klondike war. A reitiimcan pupemnys: "A beau tiful part of the Philippine policy of the demo populldt party is that It dnea mot t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 October 1899

J)ll,J. W. MAOUIItB. o Diseases of Kye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. OUN-ic loninolly Adjusted. OIHm In M until lunmle, Hululilnrau, Kansas. Rev. Aichlbald preached at the Ilo f n.uaiory laal MiuUay lu the abaeuce Of Rev. llei'.zsll lldiohlnsoii people who attended the Wtciuia street JTttlr lust week. Buy it was an elaborate affair and a auccesH, kill everything, was red, very red. A. Potter of Loda township, was a caller at this utile Friday. He bas Just returned tioin a two weeks' trip to Nebraska. II. Fierce assisted the county attor ney of Ness county m proseuuiluu a couple ot Joiuums last week and won both cases. Tbe week before be as sisted lu a liard uiurUer case In Hush county. , Tbe CMsilau ciiurch board of this city have tiuplojed i). Y. Donaldson from Kentuckey to be tuelr pastor, tie will not however commence bin work Jiere till Jauuiiry 1st wlieu be Uiiishes Ills labors tbvre, Mis. Dr. Mugulre was burled Thurs day lroru Hit) Episcopal church wiiere the services were held. Six ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 October 1899

limiting Telegraph Message Rate to Fifteen Conts, VIOLATES 14TH AMENDMENT, Seneca, Kan., Out. !4. Tho first de rision handed down lu the state on tho constitutionality of the acts of tho spo elal session of tliu Kan huh legislature re quiring telegraph companion to semi mossoges at a rate not exceeding 13 inU for ten words wan handed down by Judge W, I, Stnurt of this district. Tho evldcnco on tho trial showed that t the present rates for telegraph mes sages tho Postal Telegraph t'ublo Com pany watt losing money In Kaunas on domestic business as distinguished from Juterstato business. Under this evi dence the court mudu tho following conclusions of law: "The dvfondant wns not hound tore eive and transmit tho nicHsngo men tioned In plaintiff's bill of particulars tor 15 cents; tho defendant Is therefore entitled to judgment, Tho action of tlio special session of the legislature of Kansas of 1HHS, In their application to tho farts of thin ciiho arc In violation of icction 1 of the fou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 October 1899

QUALITY AND NEWS. FAME AND EXCELLENCE ARE DETERMINING FACTORS IN SUCCESSFUL DEVELOPMENT. On of the Important Vnnotldnf of lll(b-Cluss Newspapers. In presenting Interesting phones of sclontlfla and oconomlo problems, blgh-elam newspapers frequently give Information of as greut value In their advertising columns as In those do voted to the publication of the prin cipal events of tho day; end whon the fame of a product Is extended be' yond Its natural limits Into foreign lands, and a largo domand crcatod throughout Groat Britain and her col" onlcs and the principal seaports and cities of Europo, Aala and Africa, H becomes a pleasant duty to note the fact and to toll of tho points of ex cellence on which so great a success la based. We refer to the now world fumed laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, the product of the California Fig 6yrup Company. The merits of this well-known excellent laxative were first mado known to tho world through the medical Journals and newspnpers of the United Sta...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 October 1899

1 , dnjr fir, fml 8 ; i Do not wash your hands and face with a common laundry soao, or if you do, don't complain when you find them roush, hard and chapped. Ordinary laundry soaps are good for scrubbing floors, but not for the skin. Ivory Soap makes a cream v lather that rinses easily and takes the dirt with it. The natural oil of the skin washed with Ivory Soap is not removed, and the skin is left soft and smooth. cl Farmers' Correspondence. TODKH HEWN. Miss Helen Gould whs in town uhout . two seconds last Thursday. Come again HbIbu. The meetings have oloaeil ill the llap tist rliuicti. Ther- were, five additions to Hit. chinch. Rev. Archibald did nut Lelp in the iiwetlngs us reported hint week. .T. H. Khiiiehiirt mill wife, J. Bramwell, George Oraufleld, and E. M. Toiler took in the mrect fmr at Wlcliltn last week. They report n big crowd and big time. Lust week's GAZKTTK had un article beaded" A Disgusting Drunk." The young man dues uot hull from Lincoln Tnwntdiip an we have mine...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 November 1899

tU't ulatortoal lOokfcy umr$mm TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PJCOPLK'8 HABTV OF ttKNO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1899. VOU R NO. 9. THE WHAT'S YOUR PRICE iiw li'J 'best. 689 Bedroom suits, from -Side Boards, from Extension tables -Dining chairs Rocking chains Iron beds - Wo can save you money. Dor.'t spend it until you see The Hutchinson Furniture Co. ATTACK LADYSMITIL (Bngagement Opens With An Ar tillery DueL IDE BRITISH USE NAVAL GUNS. SJkef Do Great Damage at a Ilauga of 'leu Thuusaud larda.-NIr lledvars llullrr Ariivoe. (London, Oct. 91. The war office Si a received a dispatch wuich says General White has fought an engage scent, presumuibly with Uvneral Jou berO's force, which was pushed buck After everul hours' lighting. The tUrltlBh lost about 100 uieiv and the dJoor losses were much greater. - The Boers were in larger numbers ad had .bet'ter artillery. :anaa U'li L'i .1 1 1! n Q K Mill vm dated : 30 p. m. Monday, read; "I .employed all the troop here s ept ...

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

THE GAZETTE, I.O.WBTTLETOJJ CO. K. 0, Nitti.itom, Ed. HUTCniNSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITICMH OK INTKHESTl A G Iosco man's alfalfa crop brought r him HO an acre this year. The Topeka elcctrlo street rullwuy has thirty-soven miles of track. The ICawn visited tho Osages and took home with thorn fifty pontes and ft largo amount of calico. Dr. John 11. Illbben, head physician of the Modern Woodmen, died at his borne In Kansas City, Kan., Oct. 27. One firm In Muskogco last year paid 11,100 tribal tax for the prlvilcgo of doing business In the Creole nation. A post ofllce has been established at Letelniin, Cherokee, nation, T. T., and Josso M. Geltmiiu appointed postmas' tcr. Tho three principal towns of Jewell eounty, Maukato, Burr Oulc, and Jow, ell City are now connected by a slnglo telephono system. Lyons Republican: A car famlno has prevailed In this section for tho past month, very much to tho detriment of tho grain dealers. Rev. Davis, pastor of tho Baptist church at Gaylord, also acts a...

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

Miiiiwm'mwwwimimmmmiiw KITTY'S By Author of IniUMt CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) "Well, John homn agnln? Moy I com In?" ankcd a quick, cluar, do clslv voice; and across tho room cairn with a self-assured air a lady who I know at once must be John's slater. Sue took no notice of me; but she put out ber huge, ungloved hand cordially to John, and looked at him with a straight, (rank, friendly glance that somehow made mo llko her, and made me forgive hor for ber alighting thoughts ot "girls." "This Is my wife", Carrlo," said John, as I rose with a scorched face from my lowly seat. "Kitty, this Is my Blstor." . Sho did not kiss me. Dut she took my band with a Arm clasp that was not unfrloudly, and she looked straight and keenly at me, with an Interested, wondering, slightly humorous look. Her eyes were like John's, with the sum capacity for sternness and gon tloneBS, but they were more humorous yes than John's or people said so. She waB a fine worn in, tall, massively made, but woll proport...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 November 1899

Iftutcb.tuon (Sajette. Hnttirad t Uta pnetoffloe In Hulohlneon, luiu li sooond olut matter. I. Q.NITTLETON CO. Proprletera. tntmt Of dDMonmoii, 11.00 rn Tia -M. C. E. SIDLINGttR, Tlie Druggist f jesoriptlous Specialty. North Main Street Hutohinson tTYTK for Judge of Ninth Judicial District, JAMBS MoKlNdrilY, of llnU'lilnKon, Tor Sheriff ELI J A HAVL, Of South Ktino. for County Tresi-nm1 (i. W. MAIIDT, Of II utchliiHun of ClHy Tot County Clark T. II. FOLEY, Tur Register of Deeds, CAUL MITCHELL. For Couaty Surveyor ALVA O MAHA, For Coroner Pit JULIAS, uf Arlington Partridge Arlington Tor Commissioner First District, JCIIN HLAlKlUHX, of llntolilnton A Kj Kit rending the beadllues anil edl torlul expressions of the republican newspapers, one fpels like lolulng with (Join I'ii til in a prayer to the God of hosts to "deliver us from the lion's Jaws." Chester I. Long; has at Inst after so many years of effort said something, lie spoke the other day of "this Impe rial republic." Change it t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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