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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 August 1895

JtJt WBCBWIlWIimWItll WEB HI THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 5. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, AUG. 22, L305 NO. 51. fly ' , IT TAKES A LOUD BOLD VOICi To command attention, but it lakes the right kind of goods to draw trad? and keep it. Ok- 2s jSS. c itTfe' II I ill Methods speak louder t! an voids they nre silent business niii;hi; th'-ii; good work is never done; they tire continually on 1 hi; move, everv dollars wortn ot! ! :.i u '! s:le:.t preacher v.hieh commands attention. 75 doz Ladies' hihI Children's Ilk cotton and fleeced hose, sample lot, 10c pr. 2D pieces 9 in.h and VI inch sash ribbons 20 j yd. 2 cases si's-y mciino vests and panis, . . Sizes: 10, is, 20, 24, 0, 8, 80, :;2, "1. - Price:- 1. 0, 8, 11, 14, Hi, 19, 21,24,20. 75 daz VietoM Cruets, tlr.il and whita 33; e ij'j. 10 dozen ladies' r.lk-tl vest, liili r.eck and long sleeves, 15 i air. SO dozen ladies' 4 button, kid g! eves black and colors, 7jc pair. 1 eass ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 August 1895

THE HUTCHIHSOII GAZETTE THt CAZETTE PUBLISHING AND FRINT1KQ CO Las A. Hcttoh, President H. I. POSTBR. Beo'y & TreM. BUTCIliaSOS, mm II this scheme to tow canal boats by electricity doqs away with canal boat drivers, whenco will come our future residents? The king o( Corea has called upon an American to run his kingdom for him. Can It be passible also that Queen victoria has cast the eye of hope upon Richard Croker? In celebrating the German victory over France Buddy Hohenzollern pro poses to Ignore entirely the services of Bismarck. In other words, the tin soldier proposes to boycott the old war horse. Bismarck Is an old man. and It la a cynical commentary upon his life that he gives In saying that through all the years that he has lived he has not experienced more than twenty-four hours' happiness. The United States navy has too many officers and too few enlisted men. Near ly every class of cadets that Is graduat ed from the naval academy at Annapo- lis provides a supply of you...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 August 1895

WITH TENDERHEARTS 60ME BEQUESTS MADE TO DUMB ANIMALS. American Steam Laundry. Instance la Which Hatter Ht Fro Tided for Their Pet The Caae of Captain Bartmann Nothing; to Lighten the Burden of Human Slave. HUTTOn & OSWALD, Proprietors. Telephone jo7. West Sherman Street HERE WAS CAPT. Hartmann, a re tired officer, well known In Jamaica and noted (or hia fondness for ani mals. He appointed a person to look af ter his dogs, cats, and birds and see they wanted for nothing, while for the many horses, mules, and asses calling him master they were to be released from labor for ever more and made free of his acres of grazing ground as long as they lived. When the last of the animal legatees died, and not until then, the estate was to be realized, and the pro ceeds handed over to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. This was over fourteen years ago, and the society has not realized as yet. The Count de la Mlrandole, who died In 1825, left a legacy to his favorite carp, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 August 1895

Ibutcbinson Gfeette. Entered it the pwtofflce la Hmchlnf on, Kansas, as second olaea mutter. HORACE S. FOSTER, IEE . HUTTON. Trm3 OK Subscription, 1.00 perYeab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDr-uggist inscriptions a Specialty. Aorta Main street Hutchinson CALL FDH ;0.VE.VI'I.. Tho pcoplo's jiarty (if Itcno c unty will ment nt I'lavnn Ni-ptniiiti.T 11. ism to no uin ite a mn dliluto lor county comuii jsioner for llio .lid coiiiminMom'r iliiurict Ilia banis for Ow porr1oiiront of dr-Io.ritci to tui; cour.ly unci coiiiinisnloiiur distriot con ventions will lie one ilole.'Oti' nt, nn;ii ami unci ili'lewtu fr m'ery tiventy-tivo ci.'O vol us or nwlur fraction thereof cost 1'or .lorry tShup'ori for ri'pi'L'si'iitativo of the smvnth I'oiixrua-iloinl ilistli't at Hih iovimlwr ulcrtiou In l.i'.ll mid one iilterriato for earh ilok't'iifo. lIliilerlliH ntiportionini'iit llio several voting prerliicis will uo I'uitilotl to dcli-isiitei fol lows: nKPIIKSKSTATIOS TO Tlllltl) COM. DISTINCT . Arlington :l M...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 August 1895

HUTCHISON, KANSAS. OUR STOCK 0 COUNTY NEWS. .Are Arriving Dai ly. Our buyer turned home Saturday and re- .port having pur chased the Largest And ft Cr I? Ever brought to this city. Come and ex amine our new styles in J. H. Medberry for year h resident of Pretty Prairie lias moved to Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. L. C- McLaughlin liv ing in Grant township lose a 11 month Uii'l last week. The Universalis!; Sunday school of Haven will give a picnic at 1'ecktiams i;rove, Thursday, An;,'. 29. Col Forsha, has lately erected a fine tlouring mill on his ranch 8 rniloa east of Castleton at at expense of M7,000. Cal. Stevens a prominent teacher in rho Reno county schools has bought the book store o Mrs. Cundy at Mick ersoti. Jacob E. Btrger and Miss Helen Mickel were married at the bride's parents near Buhler last Sunday atter uoon. The new creamery was started at Pretty J'rairio .last Friday beginning witli 2.2'JU potgds of milk, 1). K. Gi-'h andlirother are the proprietors. A new elevator aud corn ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 August 1895

BOATING PAETY LOST. SEVEN PEOPLE DROWNED BY CAPSIZING. An Entire Family Lost and Two Other Families In Mourning Caused by Wo men Getting ExcKed and Crowding to One Bide of the Boat. Oceanside, Md., Aug. 19. By the overloading' of a small pleasure boat, an entire family was drowned, and two other families are in mourning. A party of farmers from the neighbor hood of Frankford and Selbyville, DeL, had a fish fry on Grey's creek, a branch of the Isle of Wight bay, with bathing, fishing and amusements, William Hudson carried a party of nine out sailing, and as the boat was about to come back, the women of the party jumped, screaming, on the high aide, capsizing the little craft, which was hardly large enough to carry five persons. 'The following seven were drowned: William Storr, aged 45 years, Phila delphia. Laura Storr, his wife, aged 35; his daughters, Ida, aged 16, and May, aged 14. Myrtle Stevens, aged 16, a daughter of Joseph Stevens of Shelbyville. Lina Hall, aged 19, and her sis...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 August 1895

THE DRUG CLERK'S STORY. B Tslki of Headache and Kerroaineu and Olret a Cure for Both. ?, From the Evening News, Newark, N. J. The following interesting atory aa told by Henry Maler, who handa put medicine over the counter of Dr. An drew F. Burkhardt'a drug store at 271 Orange Street, this city, will prove of interest Jo aU sufferers from head ache and nervousness. He laid: "I was not alwaja strong and robust as I am now. Long hours of work and study had left me In a wretched condition. Frightful, lingering head aches found me a ready victim, and at times I was so nervous that the drop ping of a pin would cause me to give a violent start, and then I would be seized with a fit of trembling that was, to put It mildly, exceedingly bothersome. Well, I began to doctor myself. Now I flat ter myself that I know something of medicine; but with all my knowledge, I could find nothing that would cure those terrible headaches or put an end to my extreme riervousness. When- I picked up a bottle m...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 August 1895

r Pf A f ill M ? Winif iu Wi IiJ feud 0 p nn La u 1. 1 urn i 1 11 Lit That is what all sheller men say when they use the Eureka after trying all other-makes' for it is the only Perfect and Reliable Shelter on the market. Some attempts to copy it, while others say our statements in regard to its superior points over other machines are u ntrue. But, we sell the Corn Shellersin Reno and adjoining- counties, as every business man and farmer in our territory must admit if he tolls the truth! o a o o I 2T 0 0 0 KM S-(s S o SL 3 O 0 5 0 J 01 3 01 D 2 o. 17c cj::j -lie C-:.src!:n "s "ho onlv eHnblo Shelter on the market, and b tho only ..:'Vn eo tour fea3S.i3 fcsLow are not sensible. ' tc 1 If ffM 1 1 f . r. In-elm'-: 'il fii' i-Ii.-r V. (,'U';u:s ;(.fit b. '.'..-i' lUnii in.y uMi;jr II i .i . ' ii, s ir.1.r "u i-.u-;' ...Hi';... Ilii.i :fi i ri 1 1 1 ; - '.I 1 1 hi i 1 ; - l . 5. lias th "ii!v i.i.a';uvo Lao :iT hwii.f-s. ; ('.. lias ui' r- room in cjmi'u! '.vi.ic'i uives il Uk hnui -'-! t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 August 1895

'to v Mm saV " THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL.5. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, AUG. 29, 1895 NO. 52. I Treading close on the coat tails of the sum mer season comes advance trade for fall and winter and there has been no breathing space between the seasons. Everything has come with a rush. We have been busy, very busy, all along and with each day the trade on New FaJl Goods at .jaakes, fcearier the money drawer and happier the people, THINGS TO THINK ABOUT. Children's underwear in Natural Grey Merino, In good weight. Sizes ranging from 10 to 84 in vests and drawers. Price starts at 4c Garment. Do you make your own underwear? Yes. Then buy the mottled Shaker Flannels in light and dark brown, dark and light grey, pink, etc. These ar very soft and fine. Beat anything you ever saw and are 30 inches wide, for 81c yd. As to blankets: You probably need some and we have a room full of them 5,000 pairs and In this lot there are 130 pair...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 August 1895

THE HUTCHWSOa GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBUSHIH8 AND PRINTINQ CO Lm A. Button, President H.B. Fosteb, Bee' j Treat HUTCHIXSQSI. KANSAS. The Chicago triplet a bloycla built lor three is said to be the fastest ma chine out. Mrs. Lee, a new woman In Utah, re fuses to let her husband kiss her. Isn't that awful? Arizona comes to the front with a petrified human heart That's mighty hard to beat. A Mrs. Goode Feeder has opened a boarding house at Ellinwood, Kas, She's said to be a good Feeder. The president's new girl baby hav ing been named, the affairs at Wash ington society may now proceed. As soon as England gets her new $100,000,000 worth of modern war cruis ers equipped she will be ready for ar bitration. Michigan has decided that for Judi cial purposes an oath administered by telephone is binding. That decision seems to be sound. It Is refreshing to learn from Okla homa that the Kingfisher girl who was cruelly thrown on the world got up and led her bicycle home. A Pagosa Springs, Col., e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 August 1895

1 f V STOP-THIEF CRY. "WE MUST CO SLOW," SAY THE CONSERVATIVES. yet, I America Go to the Auction JMock Her Children Starr Hot ) Stronf Men Commit Suicide, and Her Young Women Go to Worse Than ' Death. Put yourself in the place of the suf ferers; go into the slums and sweat : shops; learn and see what is going on I around you. Behold the battle for bread, and look coolly upon the scene of miserable pov erty on the one side and arrogant hog glshness on the other yes, look coolly if you can you can not, if you have the least vestige of a soul in your anatomy. It is a field of slaughter and for what are they fighting? "Oh!" you say, "go slow; they are not fighting." Not fighting! Then why does this man cut the throats of his wife and children; why are these dying of hun ' ger; what means this riot, this calling out of troops; why all this robbery, suicide, murder; these bodies burled in the potter's field; what means all this new machinery for killing men? Tou say, Oh! no, they are not ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 August 1895

IDutcblnson Qwtte. Entered at the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansaa, m teoond elM matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE . HUTTON. TlBMB Or$C8SCItIPTIO!f, $1.00 PERTlAB C. E. SIDLINGER, TlioDriaggist Inscriptions a Specialty. JSorth Main street Hutchinson CALL lOll 4 OXVESi IIO.V The people'! party of lleno c unity will meet nt l'levna Septemb :r 1 1. W ' to nomnate ft win dldatu tor county commissioner Tor thu ;)nl commissioner district The basis for this apportionment of delegates Co ttio county anil coinmissio.ier district con ventions will bo one (If leualu ut laro mill one delegate for every twenty-live U'."l votes or major fraotion thereof eiwt for Jerry Simpson lor representative of the soveiith congressional district at the November electlou lu IM1M and one alternate for earn (lulcituto. Under this apportionment the several voting products will be eutillod to delegates us fol lows: BKIMIESKNTATIOS TO THIRD COM. DISTRICT. Arlington S.Metlford J Hell a! Tllniui i Plevna 8 Sylvl 4 W:Juut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 August 1895

onr goods co. HUTCHISON, KANS1S. Before you buy your materials to mak? your comforts, consult us on some specialties in cloths and battings. It will pay you. From now on until they are all sold we will offer 75 doz. ladies' double fleeced vests and pants, the 50 cent quality at 25 cents. You -vant to see this item. At 25 cents yard we show a full line of colors in an all wool 36 inch Dress Flannel, you have often bought this cloth at 49c yd. At 10 cents a pair you can buy the best seam less black 12'c hose you ever saw. A regular 10 cent "black stocking fast dye we offer at 5c. At 25 cents yard you can get a 58 inch, full "bleached table damask. It would seem very cheap at 35c yd. To make your Fall Capes, we show a 54 inch Kersey cloth in black only, fine satin finish, proper weight, would like you to match this cloth at $1.25 a yard, only 75c yard. With all cape goods we give free, your choice of styles in the best paper pattern made. LEADER TEE Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. M1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 August 1895

SHOT BY A POLICEMAN OFFICER GAINES OF PEKA KILLS A MAN. TO- Was Attempting to Arrest Robert K rue gee When the Dead Man's Family Pounced Upon the Officer and Severely Cat and Beat Illm. Topeka, Kan., Aug. 27. At a late hour yesterday afternoon Policeman Gaines of North Topeka, shot and in' etautly killed Robert Krueger, a car rige painter. The officer bad gone to the residence of one Bobbins to ai rest him upon a warrant from the town of Alma, He had placed his man under arrest when the whole family set upon him. Mrs. Bobbins and her unmarried daughter, with Robert Krueger, who is a son-in-law of the Robbins, together with his wife, all commenced to strike the officer. Finally one of them struck him over the head with an iron bar, when he pulled his revolver and shot Krueger through the left temple. Officer Gaines was seriously cut and bruised in the melee. GETTING MONOTONOUS. American and English Consuls Virtual Prisoner! In China. London, Aug. 2fi. A special dis patch from Shangha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 August 1895

ICOND1T10N3 IN NEBRASKA. Cor FiomUM s ta ths State's Garden Bpot. McCook. Neb.. Aug. 28. On crossing tha Missouri River running to Lincoln, the Burlington land agents' party found a prospect which, from an agri cultural standpoint, could not be ex celled. Corn Is luxuriant and sturdy and every stalk shows large-sized ears sticking out from It It Is so far ad vanced that the uninitiated could be made to believe very readily that it Is past all harm from any source. Not withstanding its fine appearance, how ever, it is not yet out of danger of frost, and will not be for at least two weeks. A fine crop of oats has been reaped In this section. Much of it is still in the shock and a good deal of it has been stacked. It is thrashing out from thirty to fifty bushels to the acre and will average about forty. The wheat crop has all been harvested, and farm ers are now busy plowing their land preparatory to putting in another crop of winter wheat Leaving Lincoln the outlook is much less promi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 August 1895

rz3 '3 V 1 J J III 1-1 LhviuULiiUUUua La u uu t3 uu uu a That is what all shelter men say when they use the Eureka after trying all other makes for it is the only Perfect and Reliable Q the market. Some attempts to copy it, while others say our statements xnemarKeu oumu tmcuipia iu WE gELL ne corn Shelters in Reno and adjoining CD CD $ -, 2 1 0 m Si o & 3 o ? m 3 CD 0) 2 3 01 0 M- 1 We claim the Eureka is the only Reliable Sheller on the market, and is the only to buy. See if our reasons below are not sensible. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. It can not be choked or closced, Cleans corn better than any other Has improved large throat. Haa new improved hopper. Has the only positive force feed leaters. C. lias more room in separator which gives it the largest cleaning capac ity. Wo need this room for it shells corn faster than ane Sheller made. THE VANZANDTIMPLT. ANDHDW. CO., Hutchinson, Kansas. Heavy Rain. Two and one-half incites of rain fell north of the city yesterday afternoon. I'onvlet Here....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 September 1895

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, SEPT. 5, 1895 NO. 1. : i ' ; - ' , FALL TRADE AT Frcm 22 to 80 cases of new Fall goods received Daily for the past four weeks They go out almost as fast as they come in The prices are what move them. Oood fast colored cnllcoB at 4C yd Glnhama dress and apron styles 5C yd Flannelette ehlrt'ngs at 5C yd Blue and brows denims, at 1 OC yd 2U in all wool easr-mount 25C yd New silk and wool mixtures t 25C yd 51 in all wool flannels at 39C yd 48 In all wool Henriettas at 50C yd 40 in all wool French serge at )QC yd Ladles '"Topsv" black hose at 5 C P T Ladies' "Topty" black hse n nr (eeamless) at I VO (J I 'Young A merlra" school rhoes (inrraln) izn s to at toe pr., to i-i at Ji.io ft my, to a $1.25 Hutchinson, Kansas. M. O. Dept., Attention Strict and Prompt. SPECIAL RATES. VIA THE Big Four Route WILL BE NAMKD FOKTIIE FOLLOWING MEETINGS; National Convention Knights of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 September 1895

THE HUTCHINSON CAZETTE THE CAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTING CO Laa A. Huttoh, President H. S. FOSTEH, Seo'j A Treat. HUTCKINSQJI. Ton rturaM oarer argue inltsa 7011 fcaow that you art in the wrong. Will Miss Japan hare the goodntu to alap China again and make It be lave ItselfT ' Hit's a long lane what's got no turn- In'; hat sometimes hit turns so short hit keels do wagon ober. Senator D. B. Hill Is entirely over looking 1896. But there are Indica tions that his eyes are set on 1900. The ex-pugillst, John L. Sullivan has aoDlled for a saloon license Boston. He will start In with one good customer. Cleveland claims to have a river which smells worse than the Chicago river. We don't believe she nose what she's talking about. An Indiana druggist has been sued for $5,000 for making a man drunk. This illustrates the danger of winking the wrong eye In a drug store. Corbett and Fltzslmmons met in a Philadelphia cafe and we regret to say that Fltz didn't strike the champion very favorably. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 September 1895

UU&Ul . A STORYfOffa MS s7 7 ."tWi I&V-s 7 ) JNTERNAVONAL PRESS fiSSOMTION. CHAPTER 1U.. (Contistjep). -Admiral Hay Denver did not belong to the florid, white-haired, hearty ochool of sea dogs which la more com mon In works of fiction than In the navy list. On the contrary, he was the representative of a much more common type which Is the antithesis of the con ventional sailor. He was a thin, hard featured man, with an ascetic, acqul Une cast of face, grizzled and hollow cheeked, clean-shaven with the excep tion of the tiniest curved promontory of ash-oolored whisker. An observer, accustomed to classify men, might have put him down as a canon of the church with a taste for lay costume and a country life, or as the master of a large publio school, who Joined his scholars in their outdoor sports. His Hps were Arm, his chin prominent, he had a hard, dry eye and his manner was precise and formal. Forty years of stern disci pline had made him reserved and llent. Tet, when at his ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 September 1895

Ifoutcbinson (Sa3ette. Entered ut the postofllce In Huichlnson, Kansas, as second class matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A, HUTTON. Tkiims of Subscription, $1.0) pehYeab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist 1' descriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson The People's Ticket. For Sheriff, B. EISIMINGEB, of Salt Creek township. For Register of Deeds, FAY SMITH, Hutchiuson. For County Clerk, JOHN W. TURKLE, Valley township. For Treasurer, J. H. FOUNTAIN, Castleton township. For Surveyor, W. II . DUNK1N. Hutchinson. For Coroner, DR. HUTTON, Haven. CALL FOR CONVENTION. The people'! party of Keno oounty will meat at Plevna Heptember 14. ISM to nominate a oau dldttte for county commissioner for the 3rd coinmltainner district. '1 he basi for the apportionment of delegates to the county and commissioner dlatriot con ventiont will be one delegate ut largo and one delegate for every twenty-Ave Cii) votea or major fraction thereof coat for Jerry Simpson for representative of the seventh congre...

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