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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 October 1895

TIUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 134. The appro al oft proclaims the man. Rob ROY For Misses' and Young Ladies' are the PROPER THING. Sotch Tartan Rob Roys, Caps all sizes, very nobby at 50c Velvet Rob Roys, the very prettiest caps of the season-75 cents. NEW FALL SHAPES In Felt Sailors.. BY EXPRESS. At 75c The OOLONIA is a high crown, wool felt sailor, good style and excellent qual ity at the price. At 89c l The NEWPORT Sis a new' low crown sailor, a very popular shape. At $1.25 We offer all 0 the best goods in the newest shapes, in cluding tfia wall known Regent, Bar Harbor, Frolic, Lake George, Lilian Rus sel, etc. A new thing for ladies', gents' and children's winter gowns, double fleec ed eider downs, very soft and warm, fast light and dark colors, atl2Mc yard. New Idea Patterns ' Uniform price of 10c. n LEADER Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE Managers CAPS FBBE BED1CAL BOOK. Am lllaatrated'BNtk Health. Ilia : , raMlly Medicine. A recently DitblUbed book, packed fall of v...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 October 1895

A DEADLY MINE GAS. IT CAUSES AN EXPLOSION IN PENNSYLVANIA. . Eight Men Lose Their lives The Dof ence Mine la Wilkesbarre the Scene of the Disaster The Bodiet of the Dead All Becovered Other Casualties. Wilkesbabbb, Pa., Oct 8. Shortly after 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon a terriflo explosion of gas occurred in the Porence mine, operated by the Lehigh Valley Coal company, which is situated in the northern part of the city. Eight men lost their lives. Shortly before 5 o'clock the engineer corps decided to make a survey of a portion of the old abandoned work ings known as the Baltimore section, and which underlie the grounds of the Wilkesbarre baseball club, one mile distant from the main opening of the mine. The party, which was in charge of Fire lioss Daniel Keese, who is an expert on mine gases, consisted of William Jones, William Cahill and Llewellyn Owens, Blanchard and Miller had been left behind to finish some work that had been started in the morning. About twelve minutes after ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 October 1895

A STORYtfO, V (9 " JNTERWWONAL PRESS ASSOCJMOH. ' CHAPTER IX. A FAMILY PLOT. ITTLE did poor 'Doctor Walker lm 'aglne as he sat at his breakfast-table , next morning that the two sweet girls !Who sat on either side of him were deep In a conspir acy, and that he, munching Innocent ly at his muffins, was the victim against whom their wiles were planned. Patiently they waited until at last, their opening came. "It Is a beautiful day," he remarked. "It will do for Mrs. Westmacott. She was thinking of having a spin upon the tricycle." "Then we must call early. "We both 'jitended to see her after breakfast." "Oh, Indeed!" The doctor looked pleased. "You know, pa," said Ida, "It seems to us tha$ we really have a very great advantage In having Mrs. Westmacott living so near." "Why so, my dear?" . "Well, because she Is so advanced, you know. If we only study her ways we may advance ourselves also." "I think I have heard you say, papa," Clara remarked, "that she Is the type of the woman of the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 October 1895

' ataa. An Infant child of Henry Rexroad, C Lincoli, township, died early Mon day morning and was buried in Dun kard cemetery on Tuesdav. Laal JKoal. . Dr. Klippel yesterday amputated Ihe broken leg of Mr. Hawkins who lives m the McEtrov farm south or town Mr. Hawkins was kicked by a horse fcome days ago. AtUatptoU Kabbcrjr. The jewelry store of Mantelle & Menke was broken into last Saturday evening but nothing so for baa been .missed. Died Wleblta. Mrs. Morrisey daughter ofJMr. Jesse CreenQeld died in Wichita last Friday of a heraorbage. The remains were fcrought here Saturday evening and the funeral was held Sunday morning at tbe Christian church. flown TownMhlp Ticket. At the people's party caucus held at Ilaven, Saturday, Sept. 28, IS80, Van Hall was nominated for trustee; Fred W. Tharp, for clerk; B. Laughlin for treasurer; Joseph Deitt and K. Uorchert for constables. Sew J!llltiirj Mora. Mrs. J. Benford has just opened a large and complete stock of millinery goods and will...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 October 1895

TT Tf " THIS OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OP RENO COUNTY. ' VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, OCT. 17, 1895 JirT WHAT IS BY? THAT INDUCES YOU TO TRADE AT The low prices. The great variety to choose from. The reliability of the store is what induces you to trade here--And Cash Buying and Selling enables us to offer you this inducement. . At 59c Yard. Haven and Blue Black all wool French Henrietta, Satin finish, 4U inches wide. At $1.00 Yard. 60 inch Boucle suiting in navy Blue and Black only. At 25c Yard. 30 inch all wool French serge in Navy, Seal, Myrtle, Garnet, Black, tc. At 45c Yard. 4(5 in all wool French Berne, In Black and all colors, extra good value. At 85c Pair. Childrens "5Toung America"' school shoes in glove and oil grain, heel and sprimt heel 51 to 8 at 85o pair; 9 to 12, at $1 00: 121 to 2, at $1.23 pair. 12 to a youths button or lace at H 30 tair; Ji to 61 boys button or lace, at (1.75 pr- Our stock of Cloth L'lush and Fur Capes...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 October 1895

THE HUTCHIHSOH CAZETTF in ciirrrf PUBUSHINO AND FRINTINd CO Ul A. Hnrrow, H. - xost., president Bac'yATres. HUTCHIHSOM, : ; MSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. There is 81,350,000 in cash in the itate treasury. The Million cluh's train will leave fopeka October 21st The.State Journal tells of a beet raisad near Oakland that weighs twenty-five pounds. . The Santa Fe will shorten time- also on the Southern Kansas division, About two hours will be saved. Sol Miller recalls the fact that a jus tice of the 'supreme court Is not re quired by the constitution to know anything of law. Missouri is boasting of a gourd six feet long. People in Kansas havn't time to fool with gourds, or they would grow them ten feet long. The Leavenworth men who appro priated the abandoned Kansas Central narrow gauge cars for chicken coops have been indicted by the grand Jury. The city council at Lawrence re commends that the citizens of that town discontinue the "delectable habit" of kissing, until the diptheria sc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 October 1895

American Steam Laundry. HUTTOn & OSWALD, Proprietors. Telephone io7, West Sherman Street HUTCHISON, - - KANSAS. T. J. Wolfersberger, AUCTIONEER (Successor to I. Wolfersberfrer) Maker, aspealalty of country sale Speaks bth German and English Prices to suit tha times. Peildenoa, No. 7S0 Avenue B. CuU at Gazette af flea or Vincents atore. The Oldest Wholesale Whisky Howe in Kansas City. Standard liquor Company, OLIVER & BRYAN, Established by R. S. Patterson 186V 614 Broadway.' "' ' Kansas City, Ma Kentucky Bourdon 1.M, B3.0U, I3.8 44 on. 15.00 per gal Ion. ' I'uno. or Md, ltyo. 2.01, W OO, $1.00, 5 per gn lion. Brandies, Wines, Gin. Kummel, Alcohof.Bua Term; Cmh with order. No extra chart iF. O. D., Kannas City, Mo., Band for Catalog n. and trie. Ut. " SOLID THROUGH TRJIIS THOU ," KIKS1S G1TY and ST. J0SEP1 'TO V ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEORIA, ST. PAUL AMD MINHEAPOL'S. V With Dining O.rs, VctlbaJwl Dritrutf .leapt.! tore. Reclining Cklr Oars (BenUfraai ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAM...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 October 1895

!3utcbln0v(Ba3ctte. Jhtared at th poftoOoe In RutchlMoa, Iiuu, M eeoond elaa natter. NOHACE S.FOSTER. LEE At HUTTOH. Trail or BvBKaipnoif, 1.00 raiTui a E. SIDLINGER, TlielDr-aggist fescripti0D8 Specialty. IHffth Main street Ilatchlnson EUNIONl The People's Ticket. Tor Judge 9th Judicial District, HON- WM. WUITKLAW, of Hutchinson. For Sheriff, B.EISIUINGER, f Suit XJreek township. Tor Register of Deeds, FAY SMITH, Hutchinson. For County Clerk, JOHN W. TURKLE, Valley township. For Treasurer, J. II. FOUNTAIN, Castleton township. For Surveyor, W. II. DUNK1N. Hutchinson. For Coroner, DR. BUTTON, Haven. Jor Commissioner, 3rd District, M. G. HACKLER, Hayes township. A vote for the republican county ticket is an endorsement of the Mor Till administration. They do say that lien Ragland squared things with Taylor. Ben gave him a cigar. Taylor don't smoke. Ws ask Mr. Kutledge why he hangs around the court bouse when in town? The court house is not in the 3rd dis trict From honest Geo. Oooter ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 October 1895

IIUTCHISP, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 196. Age and want are an ill matched pair. No need to want warmth when you can buy Blankets . . .at such prices. 10-4 grey and white heavy cotton blanket, good size and nice, clean goods, at a less price than you can buy the raw cotton-48c pair. Oregon Blankets, ex tra good weight, in" grey and white only splendid value at 75c pair. 10-4 grey wool blank et, a splendid blanket, with cotton chain, worth $l,75-at $1.25. We are Sole Agents for the celebrated Buell blankets. Cotton chain and all wool blankets, in white , scarlet and natural grey, all western made goods, and known to be the best grade, most honest, best colors of any line of blankets made on this continent sizes from 10-4 to 12x4 prices from $2.50 to $8.50. Special -In Comofrts. Extra large size, fine pongee covered, filled with five pounds of fine carded cotton , ton, both sides different close hand tacked with imported saxony yarn lockstitch hemmed, the best $2.50 quilt on the market, a ve...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 October 1895

DISHONEST ' CASHIER. THE FORT SCOTT STATJE. .BANK WRECKED."' ' , ' ; Cashlor Colean Speculated in Stock and Bonds and Got Away With 25,000 of the Institution's Honey Him Made a rail Confession of HU Theft. Fort Scott, Kan. iOct 15. Yesterday morning Vice President J. J. Stewart . of.the,State bank of this city posted the following notice at t ie hour of opening:: 1 VThis bank is closed, subject to the order of the state bank commissioner. Dcpositois will be paid in full. The failure to open is caused by the defal cation of the cashier. J. J. Strwabt, Vice President." Colean confessed to D. F. Coon.pres identof the bank, in the West End hotel in St Louis late last Saturday night that he hud lost $2oOO in spec ulating in stocks and bonds. An in vestigation showed that the ibieft had been systematically practiced for a per od of over two years, and covered up.. by a manipulation of the bank books. The bank officials made the follow ing statement: . "Mr. Colean bus been engaged for a co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 October 1895

f SCIENCE UP TO-DATE. CURRENT NOTES OF PROGRESS FROM MANY FIELDS. A Machine to Facilitate the Work of Packing- Tobacco- A Bicycle Without Pedals for the : Feet An Eleotrlo XJghter. . ', t ,. ,, j MACHINE OF simple construction to facllltato the packing of clgar- " ettes, and reaauy 1!1 adjustable for pack ing different num bers, is shown in the accompanying Illustration. A suit able base is re posnfA to form a box to which is hinged a lid, shown raised In the en graving; at the front side of the box is a slldeway for a plunger, the rear side of the slldeway being formed by an ad justable cross bar, the plunger and the cross bar being recessed on their upper faces to permit the movement over them of a lever pivoted to the rear of the box. At the right of the plunger Is a cigarette receptacle, whose rear wall is formed by a block drawn rear ward by a spring and pressed forward by a wedge operated by the movement of the lever, the wedge sliding between front cross bar and another adjus...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 October 1895

Cftti Tntsl. D.J. Fair lias opened a coal yard In connection with his lumber business fn this city. A LK Bnu. The fire department was calledj to the corner of Fifth and Monroe wsi Thnrsdat evening to extinguish a hay etack. The boys mifle one of the test rlm on record and were somewaat disappointed in finding out the nature of the fire. Sew WilMu'J More. Mrs. J. Benford has just opened a large and complete Btock of millinery goods and will guarantee aatisfaction in quality and prices. Giye her a call and be convinced. Cor. Main street and Ave. A. A BaU Death. John Turkle's youngest child was taken sick last Monday night with -croup and died Wednesday morning. Mr. Turkle was not at home, being in the western part of the county with Mr. Tay Smith. In the Field AgHlu. Mr.J.W. Kanaga is again in the field for a share of the grocery trade of oii slam! iii I -,; readers to come in and see lum. Hi will buy all your produce and pays the liighest market price for good butter and eg?s. Look O...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 October 1895

JTLTC V er nWif rrS THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. ; ; : HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, OCT. 24, 1805 VOL. 6. NO. 8. THINGS'; WORTH .COR Dollars and Cents you can tave by hadiug at. . . -. You have to work hard to make all the Dollars, Dimes 'and Cents you h?" Why not save them or make them go as tar as you can, why pay more for goods, the same and inferior qualities than we sell them for here? Hon. Jerry Simpson will speak- at Arling ton, Friday, Nov. 1st at 2 o'clock. At 35c Yard. black Why All wool raveu and blue French serge, 4(1 inches wide, pay 50c for it elsewhere? At 25c Yard. 38 Inch all wool French Cashmere in black, navy, myrtle, cardinal, garnet etc. Why pay 85c for them elsewhere. At 22c Yard. 58 Inch Oil Red Table Damask in good quality, warrants fast. Why pay 29c for it elsewhere?. At 12ic Yard. S21nch feather ticking, old fashioned blue and fancy stripes. Why pay 15a lor it elsewhereV At 5c Yard. Calicoes, all ths b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 October 1895

THE HUTCHINSON CAZETTE THE CAZETTE PUBLISHIND AND PRINTING CO La A. Htrrroir, . President Boa' J A Tress. KUTCHIHSOU, urns. KASAS ITEMS OF INTKKJiST. Peanuts flourish in Dickinson coun ty. . A cousin of Tom Reed, lives in To peka. Jerry Black will light all his cars with gas. The Santa Fe pays SSoO.OOO a year taxes in Kansas. A single firm in Independence does an egg business of 523,000 a year. A. L. Sponsler is a versatile man. lie recently quit newspaper work and now is in the gram business. Broom corn buyers are in Western Kansas. It has been a good year and the farmers ore getting good prices. Speaker Lobdell is said to be punch ing cattle in western Kansas, and inci dentally studyidg the "lay of the land." The state well in Grant county con tains ninety feet of water, but sinking will not cease until coarse grayel is reached. Holton is building a telephone line to the capital. Being but thirty-two miles away, she ought to have had it long ago. The only way to convict bank wreck...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 October 1895

! if I V" u V American Steam Laundry. HUTT01 & OSWALD, Proprietors. Telephone io"J, West Sherman Street HUTCHISON, - - KANSAS. T. J. Wolfersberger, AUCTIONEER (Successor to I. Wolfersbergcr) Makes ft speaialty of country sale. Speaks butu German and English Prices to suit the times. Besldenca, No. 750 Avenue E. Cull at Gazette flee or Vincents store. . The Oldest Wholesale Whisky IIom In Kansas iuy. Standard Liquor Company, OLIVER & BRYAN, Established by It. S. Patterson 1881 614 Broadway. Kanaai City, Ma Kentucky Bourdon. $1.60, 13.00, il.W, tl. H 00, a&,00 pur (rallon. . Peon, or lid, Hyo, 2.0!, J.00, $4,00, 5. per gallon. Brandies, Wines, Gin. Kummsl, HcoIicl.Raa Terro: Cash with order. No oxtra charge, V. O. B.t KansatCHy, Mo. Send for Catalog, n and Price Llfet. 80LID TflROUGJ TRJIlJaS ntou KtNSIS CITY and ST. JQSEFI S TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEORIA, ST. PAUL AM9 t MINNEAPOLIS, WUa Inning Cars, Vitlibulod Drawla ItoesT Heaping Can, Baclinlng Cbalr Cart (SaU Ita...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 October 1895

Ijatcbinson (5a3Ctte. Entered t the poatofflce In Halchlnwo, Kantts, m aeoond clue matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Tutus or Scbicriptiok, 1.00 pmTcah C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie iDru-ggist F ascriptions a Specialty. K ortb Main street Hutchinson TheiPeople's Ticket. For Judge 9th Judicial District, HON. WM.WIlITJil.AW, of Hutchinson. Forsiieriff. JJ. EISlMINT.EIt, of Suit Creek township. For Krister of Deeds, FAY SMITH, Hutchinson. For County Clerk, JOHN W. TUHKLB, Valley township. For Treasurer, J. II. FOUNTAIN, Castleton township. For. Surveyor, W. II. DUNKIN. Hutchinson. For Coroner, DR. HUTTON, Haven. For Commissioner, 3rd District, M. G. HACKLER, Hayes township. WnAT has Ben Ragland promised Fred Palmer? Corn Is being burned in this county for fuel right now. As yk said two weeks ago, Kansas has been redeemed. TriE retirement of the greenbacks by the next congress means 8 cents corn next year. One of the local republican speakers is making a plea for dry docks. Where is Dock...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 October 1895

5rmrlI130N, KANSAS. " -POINTER NO. 196. Age and want are an ill matched pair. No need to want warmth when you can buy. . . . . . . .atsuch prices. l0-4grey and white lieavy cotton blanket, good size and nice, clean goods, at a less price than you can buy the raw cotton-48c pair. Oregon Blankets, ex tra good weight, in :grey and white only splendid value at 75c pair. 10-4 grey wool blank et, a splendid blanket, with cotton chain, worth $l,75-at $1.25. We are Sole Agents lor the celebrated Buell blankets. Cotton chain and all wool blankets, in white , scarlet .and natural grey, all western made goods, and known to be the best grade, most honest, best colors of any line of blankets made on this continent sizes from 10-4 to 12x4 prices from $2.50 to 38.50. pecial n Comofris. Extra large size, fine pongee covered, filled with five pounds of fine carded cotton ton, both sides different close hand tacked with imported saxony yarn lockstitch hemmed, the best $2.50 quilt on the market, a ver...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 October 1895

PRIZE-FIGHT IS OFF. BIG Pu6lLISTIC BATTLE FALLS THROUGH. Fitzsimmons Refused to Agree to a Post ponement Until November 11, Which the Florida Athletio Club Requested Corbett Was Willing to Do So. Hot SrKiNOS. Ark., Oct 22. The flirht between Corbett and Uitzsim - mons was declared off by the Florida Athletio club at a conference this afternoon between the managers and the reDrescntatives of Corbett ana Fitzsimmons. The club asked that the contest be nostooned until Novem ber !. Brady acquiesced, but Julian would not. Then the contest was de clared off. Brady then said that Corbett would meet aDy man in the world, Fitzsim vnons preferred, November 11, the man to be named within twenty-four hours. Vendig announced that he would match Maher against Corbett and find some one to take his place against O'Donnell, the contest between Maher and Corbett to be for 8."0,00l). MADE A WEAK DEFENSE, Hons of Attorney Denprey'a Claims for Dnrruut Established. San Francisco, Oct. 22. The de fense in...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 October 1895

'IS .NO SUCH PERSON." THE NEW WOMAN EXISTS ON PAPER ONLY. Mrs. Fuller Come to tlio Roscua of Her Rufferlns; Bex The Newspapers She Bay. Are Drawing a . Flctare. False , HE city of Buffalo, New York, is happy in being the home of many women of general culture and refinement; prom inent among them la Mrs. Bralnerd Fuller, a writer of grace and force and a public speaker of ifli lip particular cnarm. She la a native of MIddletown, . Conn., her parents heing Nor man L. Brainerd and Leora Campbell Bralnerd. Mrs. Fuller was educated at Miss Payne's Young Ladles' Seminary, MIddletown, Conn., and has traveled In Great Britain, Continental Europe, Canada, and to some extent In the United States. Mrs. Fuller read an able paper at the "Woman's Congress" at the Columbian Exposition on "Wo . men as Political Economists." Her Idea of the New Woman published In Womankind will undoubtedly prove of : Interest It is as follows:: V JnRt who tha New Woman of the day Is, upon whose much heralded advent ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 October 1895

A BAD ArCIDB.1T. t'ra Carres Mm IXialli In Va - exdectcd Suxr, LastThursdHy afternoon Earl But' ton, Trav Adams, Harry Raglaud and Fras Carress drove out to the Leldgb ranch to bunt for ame. All of the boys except youoR Carress ft out of the carriage to get some watermelons, when in some way the gun belonging to hita became dis charged, taking effict in his side, kill ing liini almost instanty. The body was brought to his home oa Thirteenth street where be lived with his psrents. The funeral services were held Sat urday morning at the Christian church nf which he was a ir ember. Ihe re mains were taken to the ceinetry un der the auspices of Co. E. K. N. G. Young Carress was an exainplary vouna man beinc active in church work. It is not a question of proflt. but how much goods we can get rid of be fore we move our store. I. GOl.DBEKCI A Guoil Knowing. We have before us the statement of 4he First National Bank of this city for the first quarter of the Dscal year endinir September 28tb...

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