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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 January 1896

TT TT LL1ANCE OF RENO COUNTY. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' A. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JAh 9 1896 NO. 19. VOL. 6. A few items of special interest--Right in line with your Spring sewing from DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. LOHll CLOTH Very toft and fine beat possible goods for fins uuderweiir-ooincs 12 yards in piece and 86-inobes wide. Ko. 800 hngllsb long cloth 12tfc vd I1.4S pc ioijo ' lHHojdl.5- ' i!.oo0 " " " We yd f 1 .5 14 3.000 ' " " ITKcyd SI 85 ' two " " soe yd s.g " 2.0CO yardsof "Wamsutta" and "Pride of the West," fine muslins, extra fine and always the same. Your opportunity at lie yd. BIKDB EYE DIAnKB COTTUN- M-inoh in 10 yard pieoe file piece 13-Inch iu 10 yara piece 69c piece M-lnch in 10 yard piece 65s plce 47 -inch la 10 yard piece 68c piece 8 pieces 32 -inches double-fold ticking all kinds of strides at 10c yard. HKMMKD QUILT8- 11-4 honey comb white quilts, hemmed, 59 a 10-4 size fanny honey combed, hemmed, 110 ea 100 heavy baits pread(iot 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. — 9 January 1896

THE KUTCTKOH AZETTE THJCAKTTE f UBUSHWQ AND PRIHTIHQ CO Hdttow, President. H.. Fots, SUTCHIXSOX, mm. Speculation In Colorado is being run into the .ground. It is larder to be happy with .riches than it is without them. There are still people who strain at sats and swallow camels. How easy it is to find a reason for doing what we want to do. Lord Dunraven's load water line prob ably will not be so low this time. It is possible to fail a thousand times In the eyes of men, and yet succeed. "Clothes do not always make the man." Sometimes they make a bloomer girl. There is reason to believe that Lord tmnraven shifted his liquid ballast too often. "Up the Elevator Shaft; or Old Weavel Fly's Wheat Deal," is a cereal story sure. It is now feared that the tobacco trust has contracted the deadly cigar ette habit The more your enemy hates you, the warmer you can make it for him by treating him kindly. The man who has not decided that he will never drink, has more than half decided that he will...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 January 1896

American Steam Laundry. flUTTOn & OSWALD, Proprietors. Telephone fo7. VVest Sherman Street. HUTCHISON, - ' - KANSAS. T. J. Wolfersberprer, AUCTIONEER (Successor to I. WoKersberffer) Maker. spea!alty of country salt. Speaks buh German ano English' Prices to suit the times. Residence, No, 750 Avenue E. Call at Gazette ol flee or Vincents store. The Oldest Wholesale Whisky Don in Kansas City. Standard Liquor Company, OLIVER & BRYAN, Established by R. S. Patterson 180 614 Broadway. Kansas City, Ma . Kentmtkv lloitrrtnn. S1.59, S5.01), 2.5-1. (I. OA I 00. .",uii pur (tnllon. I'enn. orMil, Uyo, $2.0), MOO, H,00. pir gallon. Brandies, Wines, Gin. Kumntel, iicohol.Ran Turroa: Cnah with order. No extra charg-e. F. O. B., KanBatClty, Mo. Sand for Catalog re atid a"rlce Liat. BOUD TJIROUSJ! TRJ.1.NS im cm ami si. jqsefi to ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEORIA, ST. PAUL AND MINNttP8L!Sf rrlth Dining Cars, TcsUbalsd Drawing Bee lleeplag Can, Recllnlug Chair Care (Beats freef ONLY ONE CHANGE ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 January 1896

Four Belaw. The thermometer registered four de gress balow zero last Friday . ninbt This is the- first drop to that point this winter. Mew Quarter. Prof. Thomas has moved bis barber hnn to No. 14 west 2nd street, opposite h irnd Central hotel. He now has one of the ueatest shops in the city. Bead It. We. nnblish this week the 39th semi' Annual statement of the FirstNational bank of this city as made tocompirouer f the currency, December 31st lsua. smita Po' W'"' 'Sweet bethrr-Bells and Robert Buini, The moorlHnd Hower and potent. How at their mention, memory turns Her pjgc old and peasant." Grand Scotch Concert, Jan. 24th. A Mistake. The intellieent proof reader did not notice until it was too late, the notice referiug to Mr. L. A. Bigger as being atrckeu with paralysis. It should have mil Mrs. instead of Mr. We are glad to Dote she is getting better. Too Lite. Mr. Kurt Wilcox, of San Antonlan TMtan arrived Monday afternoon in r.Knnnfi to a teleeram announcing .o.mro iiinpqs of his ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 January 1896

!a HUTCHISON, KANSAS. For Fufure nnounce merits. We have today fin ished invoicing our stock. Next baturday morning Mr. Wiener leaves for the East to make a final disposi tion of his interests in this business, and while there he will assist in the purchase of a New Spring Stock of High Class Dry Goods, some of which will arrive in a few days. Watch For Future the LEADER Dry Goods Co. building fails. I ' A Hardware Store Collapses and Sev eral Persons Are Injured. IN DANGER OF LYNCHING. A Hob of BOO Men Start to String Cp Murderer In Indiana, but He la Spirited Away & Bank Burglarised. Wintkrhht, la., Jan. 8. Several men were injured yesterday by the collapse of the buildin? occupied by the U D. Beverington Hardware Co. on the south side of the square. The stock and building are ruined. It carried with it the building west of it owned by C. Danforth and accupied by the Smith Drujr Co. This building with its stock is a total loss. Nine work men and two teams were in the cellar wh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 January 1896

UTAH'S GREAT DAY. FIRST STATE OFFICERS INAUGURATED. Mormon Tabernacle Lavishly and Mag nificently Decorated Chorus of 1,000 Volcea Governor of the Territory Gives Way to Governor Wells. Salt Lakk. Utali, .Tan. 7. Another State has been added to the Union, and the rights of self government have been extended to 250,00;) people. The oath of office was administered to state officials of Utah at noon yesterday aud the new state, with her vast re sources, starts off with the promise of a bright and glorious future. The city was crow ed with people from all parts of the State. Acting Governor Richards, by proclamation, declared the day a holiday. All busi ness was suspended and the buildings along the principal streets were decorated with nationul colors. Hells were rung ushering in the day, aud all the steam whistles iu the city were sounded. At 1 o'clock the street parade, un der the direction of Grand Marshal Burton, moved from the corner of Main and Third South streets. The parade inc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 January 1896

A ft I r I Kobert Grant, whom the book-read- 'tag public knows as a clever author, but who ia known in Boston as a pro l'$'tls judge as Urell, is a hard-working f jfawyer on the shady side of forty, but I apparently much yonnjrer. His pen and his bicycle consume almost equal- ly his intervals of leisure. Eobcrt Pollok, author of "The Course of Time," published his "Tales ,'of the Covenanters" moro than sixty years ago. The house which pub lished the original edition of the book is now about to print a new one. Kverr dollar spent In Farmer's Ginger Tonic It well Invested. It subdues pnlu, and brings better digestion, better strength and better beallli. Violet .raising in the house is among the latest fads of society women. Good reason why you should use Hinder farm. It takes out tho coins, and then you have peer.e and comfort, surely a good exchange. 100 at druggists. An old newspaper cleans a looking glass better than linen or chamois. Btate of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County ss....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 January 1896

"Dutcbinsort (Uajiette. . Batared at the poetofflce In Hutobinron, Kansas, ' "ts second olnai matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Tannic' 'iiii8rHiirioN, luw vt:n Yka C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druiggist descriptions a Specialty. ftorth Main street Hutchinson 1 JANUARY 1896. Sun. Mon. Tub. Wed. Thur. fri. Sat. 12 3 4 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27J28 29 1 30 31 .... j 7&f Selfishness and meed are some times taken for patriotism. We read of the dark ages, the gold ape, the iron ae, etc.. but just now its bondage. ( NoALLs stands about as much show in Kettiae his old seat, as a cat in hell without claws would in netting out. Okebn backs were never redeemed until 1801. Secretary Foster set the pace and Carlisle has simply followed suit. The Kansas City Star's, "Kanaas Notes" man evidently reads the Ga zette. We got three '"favorable men tions" yesterday. Whoop and yell. The gold stand ard is to be retained if it takes every farmer's home in the country. Whoop er up boys! Whoop 'er up bo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 January 1896

TT TT X. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO CQJJNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, JAN. 16, 1896 VOL. 6. NO. 2C. nj"Tf CONGRESSIONAL. Senator Mills Speaks in Support of His Silver Resolution. I 11 v- 1 Sanatary Underwear Flannel. The Great Flood Of water thrown to extinguish the blaze selvege. are yours P. SMRTiW, & CO., MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, MINERAL SPRINGS. HotaWter, Cold Water. .The State of.. COLORADO lias more M-uftnl Fptinps. both Ilot und Colli . of tried medical qualities, thm any -similar trH iu 'lie Wot Id Fiist Class Hotel Ac com inmlstious. Keathtd only via the Denver & R!o Grande R. R. ' " " Touiists nml Health Siekers will Cud u the liocky Mono tiiii.s I-icHltli, mid WViilih ami T feature. S ml f"r illustrated pamphlets K. T Jkkfekv. Pres. A. S. Ju-ciikh, TiHfflc Murg'r B. K..llcort,U. P.&T. Denver, - Colorado. NEW MARKET! Jones & Hansen, l'rops. A full line of fresh and Salt tubals. Highest Market Price fir you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 January 1896

THE SULTAN FORBIDS. NO FOREIGN AID DISTRIBU TION FOR ARMENIA. , He Announces It Officially Tba Red j Crou Society Relict Especially Men tioned Are "Enemies of tbs Turkish Race and Religion." WAsniJiQTON, Jan. 11. The Turkish legation gives out the following ofli cial Communication: . "the imperial government will not permit any distribution among his subjects, 1n his own territory, by any foreign society or individuals, how ever rospectable the same may be (as, for instance, the Red Cross Society), of money collected abroad. "Such interference 'no independent government has ever allowed.cspecial ly when the collections arc made on the strength of Bpeeches'delivered in public meetings by irreconcilable ene mies of tho Turkish race and religion, and on the basis of false accusations that Turkey repudiates. "Besides, the sublime porto is mind ful of the true interests of its subjects and, distinguishing -between the real state of things and tho calumnies and wild exaggerations of inter...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 January 1896

The Pace That Kills. IMt Work and Fast Eating Make Thrss ear Yean and Ten a Rip Old Af In These Day, ' (From the Cincinnati Enquirer.) ' The American people live too fast, eat too fast and drink too fast. This has brought upon many of us a train of nervous and stomach disorders that are very dim cult to manage. Investigation and chemical analysis to dUcoversuch compounds as will help those suffering from such Ills has re sulted in the discovery of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which has taken very high rank as a specific remedy. H. P. Owens, a traveling man thirty years of ago, who is well known in this community and generally liked because he is a bright, energotio young fellow, resides with his mother at IMS Central Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ho hus been a victim of dyspepsia which took the form of continu ous constipation, and, strangely enough, his mother suffered from the same trouble. Mr. Owens testified to the merits of Piuk Pills in a most enthusiastic way, and sa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 January 1896

IfoutcMnson Sa3ette. Kntared t the postoMce In Hulob.ln.son, Ktasss, M second cists matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. tlRMB OF 4CBSCIPTIO!f, LOO P YKAH C. E. SIDLINGEK, T!h.e Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty, florth Main street HutchlnsoD JANUARY-J896. Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thar. TrL 3 J0 1 24 Sat. I 7 ii 2J 28 8 22 11 12 13 116 23 30 8 25 19 20 26 27 29 31 tfTt1rTTT Whichever way the people looks is liell and tue future is darker than the past. TnE prices tbe peopln of this country 4ive to pay for coal is man way HOI111EUV. The News evidently believes In ad venislng. It carries nine columns of its-own. The junior senator from Kansas eems to be a pretty good populist en money ques ion. Fleming and Rutledge would make good auctioners Everything goes to the highest bidder. Taxes higher, farm products lower, are two of the undisputable proofs that this is a republican year The election ot Fire Alarm Foraker to succeed Calvin Hrice would lead a (ierson to believe that all the gold...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 January 1896

DRY GOOOS CO. II UTCIIISOX, KANSAS. For Fufure Announce inents. We have today fin ished invoicing our stock. Next Saturday morning gMr. Wiener leaves for the East to make a final disposi tion of his interests in this business, and while there he will assist in the purchase of a New Spring Stock of High Class Dry Goods, some of which will arrive in a few days. Watch Per Future Announce' inents. ! FORAKER CHOSEN 8KNATOK. t Ihn Ohio legislature. In Jo'iit tMealoa, Klecta Calvin 8. I rlee's Bueeeaeor. Cei.umius, O., Jan. IS. The two houses of the legislature to-day, in joint session, at 13 o'clock conthmoc their respective acts of Tuesday in selecting1 Joseph R Foraker as United States senator, ilia terra will bepin Ot Vuw.V. A ISO.7 Tlm i vote tiooa: ror- nker, 110; Culvin S. Krice, VS. THie sou-utor-clect, who was in wa'tinjr at (iov. llushnell's otlice, was escorted to the .1. ft I'ORAKKIt. hall of the house und was received with re.at applause, lie than nd drcssad thj peroral assemb...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 January 1896

THE HUTCH1HS0H GAZETTE mcAzrm publishino ano printino co i A. Burrow, President H. . FOITSR, Sto' j A Tree. 8UTCH1NSQH. UMS. Direct legislation Is tae lever that will overthrow monopoly. A modern Democrat Is a man who does not advocate Democracy. It may be possible that the Monro doctrine will yet kick up behind. It you are poor and want to remain that way, Just keep on voting for your . o. p. The Republicans will do nothing Vut filibuster, make a noise and draw their salaries. ' The good, crops have made tlnws a little better, and now the g. o. p. want to rob God of the credit. There has never been any fusion in Texas and she leads all the states in cumber of Populist voters. "The bank has thrown Itself Into the political arena to control the presides tial election." Thos. Benton. "I sincerely believe with you, that hanks are more dangerous than stand ing armies." Thos. Jefferson. About all a Democrat can do now is tc make faces at the Republicans. He feels too bad to say anything....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 January 1896

3i DUE HOME MAKKETS. ' InvAded by products of sil . - ' ver countries. , I. VT. Devlno Showi How the Dimonf tlzatloa of Stiver Ha Operated Against Oar Horn Manufacturer Flooded with Products of China and Japan, The recent Invasion of the markets it the United States by the manufac tures from Japan confronts the Amerl :an manufacturer of like articles with the alternative of selling as cheap as the Japanese articles are offered or sur rendering the market to the invaders. The advent of manufactures from the Orient will force the manufacturers ind laborers of the United States to in testigate the cause and when dlscov ired, It will be a most terrible awaken ing. The fact that through their own Indifference and credulity they have keen committing industrial suicide, will tot modify their wrath against the po liticians and press that have deceived them, or mitigate the terrible conse luences that must follow. When the bimetallic standard of money was destroyed by the demoneti eation of ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 January 1896

E HOW DO YOU LIKE IT? The Board i-of County Com missioners Lets the Printing to the Hfghest Bidder. OLD BILL POTTER The Ex-Commissioner be Is To The Superintendent of the Poor Farm. SALARY CUT. In The Interest the of Economy Saiar 01 L;i. j amor duced. is Kt- Chalrmdn, W. P. D. Elemlus rarebasiu Aiient, W. P. I. Klein imt Ovcrceer or Poor, W. P. D. rieuiiUK Cany Primer, , W. Tf. irin. flapcrluteiiaeut or (lie Farm. Old 4l(lt7 111 I Potter. Monday morniufr, W. K, Noland easad to ba a county officer and by irtueoftbe expiration of his term of office, he once more becomes aprivate citizen. Not so with Mr. Irvan Kut ledae late candidate for the office of county commissioner on the redeemers ticket. With liiui coming fresh from hia milk watrou, lie felt like Cincinnati of old. He was like a school boy with Ills first new slate. At last, in his own estimation was the county to have one good commissioner. At two o'clock the candidate i for superintendent of the poor farm and representative...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 January 1896

4 Tha man' LtBKMJiiiMmTOiJ.ijrstu.JJia?rrra.'r-rTjjr:rsryay'V' minimi iuiimllbuh.ili.d...... iHj.Lmifei.mc-jegja.T.'rTO THE OFFICIAL OWSA OF TUB PEOPLE'S PAUTV AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. vol. e. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TflUKSDAY NOON, JAN. 23, 1896 NO. 21. 3 6 E2KE23S5G!E I J laOisJj JijOjj bJaO SERIOUS DISSENT. Davis' Monroe Resolution Thought to Ee Too Sweeping. SYMPATHY FOR THE CUBANS ConaprTiitlvo Smiitor mid Itepmntntivf a Cunnot See IIuw tlio United Sttc hii ltorogiilze the I olmin Who f l.uve No Settled (jovurnuionC. I active business man ana was a mera ' ber of th Iowa legislature for several ' years. Hiilrrt f..r Y M. 1 . A. Noirotury. Toi'kka. Kau., Jan. 22. The execu- five board of the state Y. M. G A. j voted to offer the position of state secretary to Andrew Haird, who now j is local secretary at Minneapolis. Minn, liaird was local secretary at Wichita when the V. M. C. A. building- there was constructed. W6 are Cutting Prices in every Department in the Store. . ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 January 1896

OPPOSED BY HOKE SMITH SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR OH THE FREE HOMES BILL. IS STRONGLY AGAINST IT. The Passage of the Bill Would Entail a Lota of Thirty Million Dollar to the Government, Eighteen Millions In Oklahoma Alone The Measure a Very Sweep lug One. Washington, Jan. 22. Tlio House committee on public lands has received from Secretary Smith a strong adverse -report against the free homestead bill. The bill absolvs all persons completing five years' residence on the lands taken nd occupied under - the homestead laws from making further payments to secure their title other than fees incident to filing and obtaining proof. Die measure is a sweeping one and laud oftieials estimate its passage would involve at least $.10, 000,000 ot cost to the government and 31S.000.000 in Oklahoma alone. This is the amount paid to the Indians for the relinquish ment of the lands there. Commissioner Lamoreaux of the general land office, in a report ac companying Secretary Smith's letter, rges several...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 January 1896

, The man who begins by drlnkin totoa time may end by haying1 to drink all the time. The basis of. most ot the indelible tiks is the ordinary nitrate of silver. No man can grind down another without first placing his own soul un ler the mill-stone. Many a man has started out to re form the world, and stopped at the first house One of the hardest-, things for some men to forgive, is a difference in creed. Printers' Ink is made of linseed oil, rosin, soap and lampblack, or other coloring matter. From 1802 to 1813, many attempts were made to fasten metal points to quill pens. Over two thousand patents have been issued in the United States for the manufacture of inks. Many a man puts his family in the Sark to help the saloon pay its gas bill. , The devil lias gained his point when he convinces us Unit little sins work ao ilL It is a long step toward heaven to be born in a ' homo where Christ is oved. . The man who serves the devil has to egin his Cay's, work before breakfast. Every mode...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 January 1896

TfoutcMnson Alette." Entered t the poctofflce In Hulohlmon, Kansas, a leoond clus matter. HORACE S.FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTOH. Ttnue or 4ubsciuptio!, $1.00 perTia C. E. SIDLINGER, TlielDr-aggist Inscriptions a Specialty, ftovth Main street Hutchinson 9- JANUARY 1896 Our Candidates. For President, CONGRESSMAN JAS. MAGUIRE, of California, ; For Vico-rresideni, MAYOR PINGRrJJ, or Detroit. 1'LA'Il'OltM. The establishing' of a p.nely rteino cral :c form of government, in which every voter li:u ch.iuco of parsing on all lawj of gHiii-iMl npplic it, ion . ttii"i;ii wlwt is known us the initiative nd l'tireieii'lutii. ofit sr.ouAM. .No ore bond-t t'lrcvi t. 31 jj Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. ... J 2 3 4 l 3l9 20 2 22 23 24 25 jj 3 27 28 29 30 31 .... I I I I I I tw i 'I'm: tip-to dale ui'iii ij the one wlu wlv.t .'!) his newspaper snli.-.crijition a)! .ir in aiivanc". ; !:!:: ola (tcgisi'-r i,t Un only re pub - linn i ;m:i-on e;il" ll l ii it ", : not e:r ! ln;.M' ifV'laitd':i j 11 .'.;tl...

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