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

3 -rU" kecmi? IIUTCIIISOX, KANSAS. CJIMIl'Ei:E. A lin.tton . . . Bell Catilutcm... Center Clay Enterprise.. Grjva Grant Haven .... H-iyes Hunttville... Iiingdon.... Ultle Hlvor. Lincoln AvllnRtou Oluott C;itle:oii I'.irtr'iiigo . . . liutC'hlll-jll Abbyvlllu Sylviil ....JiicVerson Before you buy your materials to make your comforts, consult us on some specialties in cloths and battings. It Trill 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 ;an buy the best seam less black 121c 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 ...

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 September 1895

M. FRAKER FOUND, CAPTURED IN THE WOODS IN MINNESOTA. Caucht by Chief of Tollce Wilkerson of Topeka oa Information Furnished by the Insurance Companies He Acknowl edge Ilia Identity. Duluth, Minn., Sept. 3. Dr. George W. Fraker of Excelsior Springs, Mo. the man who was supposed to have been drowned in the Missouri river two years ago, , and to whose heirs the last of $58,000 was recently paid in Kansas City, was captured in the woods near Tcwer, Minn., yesterday. It was always maintained by the companies that Fraker was alive, but bis whereabouts wore unknown. Recently it became known in some way that Fraker was near Tower, where he was known under the alias of Schnell, and Attorney Robert T. Eerriok and Deputy Sheriff Wilkerson of Topeka came here and organized a party to search for him. He was found in the woods and his capture was effected by strategy, lie was brought to Duluth to-day and will be taken to lopeka at once, going with' out a requisition. Fraker had been living near T...

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 September 1895

FAEM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OP INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. 8orae Up-to-Date Blnta About Cultiva tion of the Soil and Yield! Thereof Dortlcnltqre, Vltlculturo and Florl-,-nltore. HE EARLIER IN life a weed is do Btroyed the easier, and the smaller the damage it will have done. This Is al most self-evident. A weed is a thief In the cultivated ground, intent on making a vigorous growth and robbing the rightful plants of their nour ishment, eays Prof. B. D. Halstead, who has made a study of weeds and their treatment. This work does not begin until the young plant establishes its roots in the soli and has spread its leaves in the air and sunshine. If the weed is killed Wore this point Is reached, a double work is done, the theft has been prevented, and the weed is killed. The germination of the seed has provided the condition for easy destruction that would not have obtained had the plantlet remained anugly enveloped by the seed-coats. One of the best methods of ridding a soil of weeds is to...

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 September 1895

Change of Time. Notice change in time table of the Missouri Taciilc railway. Open Frlrtnyj. The State Ueformatory will be open Fridays for the public. Urnril Tomorrow. Thn case of the state of Kansas vs. W. A. Oliver, will be heard iuappe late court tomorrow. Harried. At the resldenco of the bride's par enta, Mr. and Mrs. Judge Fontron, Mr. V. D. Puterbaugh to Miss Eva Fontron, Kev. Buxton officiating. An Old Settler Gone. Mr. W. D. Wright for many years deputy sheriff of this county, died at Lis home in Nickerson last Thursday. He leaves a large family to mourn his bis loss. To Emporia. Quite a number of the members of Co. E., K. N. G. left Monday morning over the Santa Fe for the state en campment of the state militia which is l)ewg held ub nii.oiu. Valley Tonuablp. The people's party of Yalley town ahip will meet at its regular voting place on Saturday September 14, 1896, at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of nomin ating a towuship lionet. Also to elect one delegate to the 9th judicia...

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 September 1895

3 JH j,jtj0 a mi miMiLUtmnnw m iiu.Jiiir-----------" THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, SEPT. 12, 1895 no. 2. MEW . FALL AT If you want to buy dry goods, mil linery, shoes, cloaks, notions, etc. and not pay 10 to 25 per cent more than the value of them, then "Martin's" is the store for your cash. Don't be mis led by false assertions and be sure you are in "Martin's," Look for the name on front of Store At 25c Yard. 30 Inch all wool Flannel Suitings in all colors. At 39c yard . 54-inch Glendownr suitings in every imaginable color (all wool.) At 29c yard 30-inch all wool French Serge elegant value, all colors and black. J At 39c yard 40-lnr.h all wool, blue blnci Henrietta sntiu finish especially good value. At 45c yard 40-inch Runen and bine black, a!l wool French 8erge, extra good weight and weave. At 5c yard The best calicos made that yon pay and 7Jc for elsewhere in Indigoes. turkey reds, Silver...

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 September 1895

THE HUTCH1HS0N CAZETTE THE CAZEHE PIULISHINQ AND PRINTING CO lu A. Huttow, President H. .fOSTSI, See'y A Treat. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. It was a Fraker. Kansas man who caught ' The annual convention of the Epis copal diocese will convene in Topeka September 17th. Dr. McLallin. who has been known to go home to dinner bareheaded, ays Sol Miller is absent-minded. Every health resort has some draw back or other. Mountain fever occa sionally takes hold in Garden City. Prof. Draper says that the descend ants of a single pair of wasps may num ber as high as 20,000 In one season. The Short Creek mines last week yielded 1,110 tons of zinc ore and 810,000 pounds of lead ore. Total value, 838,000. A Butler county business firm has on exhibition in their show window, a lot of relics from the battlefield of Win Chester, in the noted Shenandoah val ley. A couple of Chanute pirls want to ride around the world on bicycles, but they are looking for a route that will miss all th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 September 1895

STRIKING CONTRAST. 10 American Steam Laundry. HUTTOn & OSWALD, Proprietors. ONE LAW FOR THE RICH, AN OTHER FOR THE POOR. A Vivid Objnot Loaaon A Rich Olrt Goee Unpunished for a Host Shocking . ' Cold Blooded Murder I'oor Girl Sen tenced. Telephone jo7. West, Sherman Street i i L A lew weeks ago, an Ignorant, pas Ionate Italian girl employed In one of the sweat shops of New York, cut tho throat of the man, who under promise of marriage had betrayed her, and then contemptuously refused to fulfill his obligations, remarking: "Boys marry, men do not" The girl was tried, and nentencefl to death, and although 40,000 petitions have been sent by men and women to the governor, urging pardon, or at least commutation of sentence, for a deed committed In the frenzy of shame and despised love, no hint or token has been given by the august executive that the law will relax its hold upon the girl's life. On the second day of August, Miss Elizabeth M. Flagler, only daughter of Gen. Daniel W. Fl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 September 1895

T&utcbtnson (5a3ette. Xnteted t the poatofflce In Hatohinson, Kansaa, as second clue matter. MIACE S. FOSTER, IEE A, HUTTON. Jnuis or Subscription, $1.00 perYsab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDi-uggist Prescriptions a Specialty. Uortn Main street Hutchinson The People's Ticket. For Sheriff, B. EISIJ1IXGER, of Salt Creek township. Eor Register of Deeds, FAY SMITU, Ilutchiuson. For County Clerk, JOHN W. TURKLE, Valley township. For Treasurer, J. II. FOUNTAIN, Castleton township. For Surveyor, W. II. DUNK1N. Hutchinson. For Coroner, JJR. HUTTON, Haven. CALL FOB CONVENTION. The people' party of lteno oounty will meet at Plavnu September 14, lWtt to nominate a can didate for comity commissioner for the 8rd aotniulssloner district. The basis for the apportionment of delegates to tba county and commissioner dlstrlot con tentions will be one delegate at large and one delegate for every twenty-five Vii) votes or aisjor fraction thereof cost for Jerry Slmpnon for representative of the seventh co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 September 1895

The tedder DRYSOODS CO. 9 WW HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NS. 185. The best is none too good. We again call your attention to a few of our specialties, things that are hard to get, articles that even our com -petitors have to buy of ,us, specialties that are indispensible to a complete stock of dry goods. It takes fore sight and knowledge of the business, the knowing how and where, to have these several items. CORDUROYS for skirt-facings, for bicycle pants, the genuine English goods that don't wear out, all colors, 27-inch, 40-inch bias, 75c yard. Can only be had at The Leader. CAPE CLOTHS. A 45-mcb black Kersey cloth, good weight, satin finish; can only be had here at 75 cents, anywhere else they charge $1 .25 for this clot!). DRESS GOODS. A big line of new novelty dress pat terns, no two alke, the choicest pro duction of the best foreign looms, no other house can show these goods, they are confined to ua. They cost the popular price of 75c a yard. PAPER MUSLIN. "We were the first to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 September 1895

Gt. A. K. ENCAMPMENT. GREAT ARMY OF OLD SOL DIERS AT LOUISVILLE. The Bine and the Gray Hlngle Together and Old Enemies Drink From the Same Canteen Northern Host in Pos session of the Dixie Land City. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 10. Yester day the twenty-ninth encampment opened formally with a parade on the arrival of Commander-in-Chief Lawlor and staff at 7:30 o lock. Gen eral Lawler and the Columbian post of Chicago and other organizations on the escort special train were met at the Union depot by members of the committee on invitation and reception in carriages. The Kentucky National guard, local posts and other civil or ganizations were formed on Broadway. In the first carriage, with Commander-in-Chief Lawler, were Colonel R. VV. Kelly, editor of the Louisville Com mercial and commander of the G. A. B. department of Kentucky, and the chairmen of the invitation and recep tion committees. The Louisville Legion was a feature of the parade. The Gait house, the headqu rters of the national...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 September 1895

A STORY JNTERMVONAL PRESS ASSOCIATIOH. (CHAPTER IV. Contisukd). "I can do a mile on the cinder track In 4:50 and across country In 6:20, but how Is that to help me? I might be a cricket professional, but it is not a very dignified position. Not that I care a straw about dignity, you know, but I should not like to hurt the old lady's feelings." "Tour aunt's?" "Yes, my aunt's. My parents were killed in the mutiny, you know, when I was a baby, and she has looked after me ever since. She has been very good to me. I'm sorry to leave her." "But why should you leave' her?' They had reached the garden gate, and the girl leaned her racket upon the top of It, looking up with grave Interest at her big, whlte-flanneled companion. "It's Browning," said he. "What!" "Don't tell my aunt that I said it" he sank his voice to a whisper "I hate Browning." Clara Walker rippled off Into such a merry peal of laughter that he forgot the evil things which he had suffered from the poet, and burst out laughin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 September 1895

The're Ki (flit Ik It. And so would you be if you buy one of the New Daylight Si CO suits of clothing. Escaped, i One of the convicts escaped from tlie reformatory farm last Thursday and ao far has evaded the officers. t'oiuimnloiir Con veu iiom. The Srd commissioner district con vention of the peopis'a party will be held at Plevna nest Saturday. Clyernllet Church. Kev. A. Countryman, of Iowa, wil preach at the Universalist church, Sunday, Sept. 15th at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Everybody iDvited. Over ! Hock Iitlnud. John Fox, the general agent of the Bock Island Railway accompanied 59 passengers to Louisville over that road Sunday morning. Broke in Arm. J3eu Corn, a young man In the em ploy of the Kansas Grain Co. fell from his bicycle in front of the Gazette J0& lost Monfjaj" jyening and broke an anil; Jltauiuurirr!i tot .'lower ilepitir. Sickles, sections, ledger plates, guards, pitmans and pitman-boxes fur nished at 33. per cent, less than regu. lar prices. Geo. McKinstuy & Co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 September 1895

tt no THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON. SEPT. 19, 1895 VOL. 6. NO. 3. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS ARRIVING DAILY AT v. tl i m m rx 7i ki -n vuv.k giv jwk i. At 39c Yrad Glend ore Huitings CO inches wide in all the latest colorings. At 25c Yard SG inch, all wool French Serge Black and colors. At 39c Yard All wool Henrietta and French Serges, elegant finish in raven and blue black. At $1.00 Each. 26 inch 8 rib paragon frame umbrella Bteel stick with natural wood handle, genuine English Gloria cover, war ranted fast. At 98c Pair Ladies' celebrated walking and driv ing jjloves "liearretz" in black and colors, one of the best wearing gloves wade. At 49c Garment Men's hygeneic underwear in Jaegar Gray, heavily fleeced, splendid for wear. At $1.50 pair Ladies' Vici Kid Bui ton Shoes pat tip narrow square and opera toes, all sizes. We nre sole Hutchinson agents for the celebrated Butterick patterns, Hutchinson, Ka...

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 September 1895

THE HUTCHINSON CAZETT! THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AND PRINTING CO Lu A. Huttow, . j H. I. Foam, President, . 8eo'v ft Treat. RUTCHIMSON, ; : MHSaS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. LaCrosse girls have hip pockets in their bloomers not for pistols but for curling irons. The big Doniphan county apple or chard was planted from the nursery at Wilder, in the Eaw valley. Ed Howe says a woman will never pet used to bloomers, because she can't put them on over her head. An old maid in Hiawatha says there will be no marriages in heaven be' cause there'll be so few men there. Kansas City has a Century club. It is safe to say not a single one of them have lived in Kansas City a century, The monogamous Mormons have ded icated a church at St. Johns, on the site selected by a Virginia Mormon named Bickeston in 1870. Dell Valentine says the young man who is hoping to make his living with his lead pencil shop Id learn to use the eraser at the other end freely. The architect has figured up the cost of repairin...

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 September 1895

WICHITA Fltt 'in. American Steam Laundry. HUTTOU1 & OSWALD, Proprietors. Telephone io7, West Sherman Street. HUTCHISON, - KANSAS. Representative Business Housss' ur THE METROPOLIS OF KANSAS WHO SOLICIT YOUR TRADE. T. J. Wolfersberger, AUCTIONEER (Successor to I. Wolfersberger) Makef. spealalty of country sale Speaks bth German and English Prices to suit the times. residence, No, 750 Avenue- E. Call at Gazette f flee or Vincents store. The Oldest Wholesale Whisky How in Kansas City. Standard Liquor Company, ' OLIVER & BRYAN, Established by R. S. Patterson 1881 614 Broadway. Kanaa City, - Ma Kantnrkv nnurdnn. il.69. S2.0V. 12.51. SLOB 1 00, 5,00 per ptallon. Penn. or Md, Hyo. 2.00, BS.OO, Bi.00, it per gallon, Brandies, Wines, Gin. Kummel, Alcohol.Roa Terras: Cosh with order. No extra charge. V. 0. B., Kansas Glty, Mo. Bead for Catalog M sad Price Lilt SOLID TRJIiJNfl ntoai mm CUT and ST. JQ3EPI TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEORIA, ST. PAUL AMD MINNEAPOLIS, Witt Dining Cart, Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 September 1895

t&utcbinson (5a3ette. Cotered at the postoffloe In Hutchinson, Kansas, aa second claas matted - HORACE 8. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. rBMB Of SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 pebYbab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dr-mggist 1-ascriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson tUNIONi em WF- The People's Ticket. " JTor Judge 9th Judicial District, HON. VM. WHITKLAW,. of Hutchinson. For Sheriff, B. EISIMINGER, of Salt Creek township. .For Register of Deeds, FAY SMITH, Hutchiuson. For County Clerk, -JOHN W. TURKLE, Valley township. For Treasurer, J. II. FOUNTAIN, vCastleton township. For Surveyor, W. H. DUNKIJT. Hutchinson. For Coroner, DR. HUTTON, Haven. Tor'Commlssloner, 3rd District, M. G. HACKLER, Hayes township. How do you like your platform Mr. Uagiand? Senator Mills, of Texas, has de clared for "sound" Money. If the democrats don't kill of their party en tirely it will not be the fault of Its fool leaders. the Garden City fair circulars ad vertise the fact that Morrill, Ingalls, Major Davis and sev...

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 September 1895

B?tvrnant r.r t . HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 187. New ideas is what we want in this nineteenth century !New Idea Paper Pat terns. . Are what you want to make up all kinds of garments with; new ideas of fit, new ideas in style, new ideas in price. Any pattern costs 10c. We give free with every purchase of cloth to make a cape, a New Idea Pattern. This insures you getting cor rect style and proper fit free. It is a New Idea. For a dry goods house to recover and repair umbrellas, hut we do it with great advantage to you. New covers, 75c to $2.25. Ready to Use Sheets mid pillow cases. Bleached and half hleached, better than you' can make them yourself; made of best quality sheetinB only, have fine linen finish, and making don't cost you anything. Pillow cases, 121c; ,; Sheets, 50c each. 46Inch Black Import ed French Serge. At 47Jc yd, blue and jet black, is beyond all competition, sheds dust keeps its color, takes only six yards for dress pattern. Monarch Fast Black. Seamless Hose, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 September 1895

MIDNIGHT RAIDERS. DRIVE JAMES H1NSLEY AND FAMILY TO FLIGHT. Catfaer and Son Taken to the Woods and Shown Two Ulgh Tree, Then Hade to Swear That They Will Lear Hinneville, Bio., a 8oon at Possible. Kansas City, Mo., Sept 17. After the conteuts of a shot gun are fired through a window into a family gath ering with sufficient force to shatter a center table, and after masked men, two of the number mounted on horses, have called at the house at the lonely hour of midnight, when every thing about is shrouded in inky darkness, and dragged father and son from their beds, escorted them to an unfrequented spot in the woods, pointe 1 out a tall and lofty pine, a.iA declared that from it the two will ba hanged and their bodies riddled with bullets unless thev atrree to leave a certain community within a stipulated space of time, the people thus warned re liable to bow to the wishes of their persecutors. Such was the experience of James Kinsley and his son John at Minne Tille. Mo., last Friday ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 September 1895

A Paralytic Curd. Bl Grandfather, a Revolutionary 80S dler, and Hla Father, Both Died of ' raralyiie, Vet the Third Gener ation I Cored The Method. (From the Herald, Boston, Mass.) Like a thunderbolt from a clear sky, a stroke of paralysis came to Mr. Frank T. Ware, the well known Boston auc tioneer and appraiser, at 235 Washing ton street. He went to bed one night about six years ago seemingly in robust health. When he awoke his left side was stiffened by the deadening of the nerves. The interviewer sought out Mr. Ware to get the facts. He gave the In teresting particulars in his own way: "The first shock came very suddenly while I was asleep, but it was not last ing in its effects, and in a few week I was able to be about. A few months after, when exhausted by work and drenched with rain I went home In a very nervous state. The result was a second and more severe shock, after which my left arm and leg were prac tically helpless. "My grandfather, who was a soldier In the Revolution...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 September 1895

--.M. f . ." The GAZBTTBta delayed ft few fcour8to waltftctlonof the judi cial convention. The convention was called to order at 10 o.'cloctyiafd after organizing with H.D. Freemw, chairman and B. J. CanneHlp'secre'ary an adjournment uraa tktnmntll 2 o'clock. The reso lutions reaffirmed lallerjience to the principles of the Omaba platform and - demanded a clean judiciary. f Hon . Wm . Whitelaw of this city was nominated by acclamation. Lack of time prevents a better re port. In the Flcll Again. Uncle Jeff Bower has again resur Tected the Sylvia Banner after a isleeD of some months. The Banner is airain a populist paper. Success to you Jeff. Free Nupper. Tbe Salvation Army people will give a free supper to the poor children of this city next Saturday evening. Also Ice cream and cake will be served to all w Liberal to Link. The jury In the case of A. J. Lusk in the United States court et Wichita last Friday failed to reach an agree ment. The Judge however reduced bis bond to $1,000 wh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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