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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 August 1896

CONVICT LABOR. Commissioner Carroll D. Wright Makes a Report on the Subject. A NEW POSTAL EXPERIMENT -A Wagon to He Used to Collect Mall from the Boxea at Washington If Huc ceaafut to Be Tried Elsewhere Information Wanted. Washington, Aujf. 19. Commission' r of Labor Carroll D. Wrisrht issued m bulletin yesterday which contains some Interesting statistics and general information about convict labor in the United States. The total number of convicts in penal institutions in the various states in 1885 was 41,837. In 1895 the number rose to 54, -244. Of the number imprisoned in 1385, 1,967 were females. The number of females im prisoned in 1895 was 1,988, an increase of only 21. In 1385 the number en gaged in productive labor was 30,853, being 73.7 per cent of the total number of convicts at that time, while in 18o the number engaged in productive la bor was 38,415, or 7ft 8 per cent of the total number of convicts. The total value of goods produced or work done in the United States fo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 August 1896

i Fl THE OHIO SENATOR DENOUNCES THE FREE COINAGE OF SILVER. OPENS CHIOS CAMPAIGN The Financial History or the Potted State Discussed at Length Declares That Worklngmen mod Pension on Would Ua Rained If tha Gold Standard It Not Maintained. Columbu, Ohio, Aorr. 17. The Re publican State campaign opened here at 1 o'clock this afternoon in a great tent in the presence, it Is estimated, of 10,000 people. At 1:30 o'clock, after the usual rauslo and cheering of some well known men, Governor Bushnell, as chairman, formally opened the ex ercises with a short speech, after which he introduced United States Senator John Sherman, who was re ceived with great cheering'. As soon as order was restored, the veteran financier spoke, in part, as follows: "Both the silver and tariff are vital question of domestic policy of equal importance, bnt I proposo oa tha or.ouiioa toconfin ray remarks mainlr to what U It nown as the fro.i coinage of silver at the ratio of sixteen pirtsof silvor to one jt gold. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 August 1896

4 "5 ( IRIDPATH FOR CONGRESS Nominated by the Democrats 'in the Fifth, Ind., District. He TAkes a Spuaro Stand on the Silver Issue and Will be Endorsed by the Populists. Dr. John Clark Ridpath, wWe name is familiar to every school boy who has ever studied history, has been nominaf ed for congress in the Fifth, Ind., dis trict, and when asked for an express ion on the money question gave the following: "In regard to my nomination for congress, I strove in every way I could to avoid that and to prevent it My personal affairs and some public duties that lie just ahead seemed to preclude the propriety or possibility of my be ing a candidate for any office. I never sought office in my lifo and never ex pect to do so, for the reason that it seems to me clear that the people have the absolute right of initiative in' such matters. I have always contended that tho people should have the initia tive in choosing those who should be come their servants in office. The po litical life is not at n...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 August 1896

FRANK V. WOODWARD. DENTIST. omen anrtresldunce In the McCurdv-Glllett uilulng Southwest corner of Main and Sher man, iieswence mini xoor. LOCAL AMD PERSONAL. John Fry, of Friday. Lamed was in town J. C. Wolcott and family Lave turned from a visit to Ohio. re- Misses Lizzie and Nellie Vincent are in Manitau. Jol)nsoirftloodnight-am" wiring chairs and furniture at reasonable terms and doincr cond work. We know for we have tried them. The city council tailed to do any business Monday night for lack of quorum. It met next night, however, and allowed a number or bills. Services at the Universalist church, corner Second and Poplar St., next Sunday morning. Subject, "The Voices and Tlieir Lesson." No even ing services. All invited to attend. Charlie Post, a ten-year-old boy liv ing on A West, was bitten by a dog Wednesday, and the parents being fearful of results, bad the inadstone applied. It held fast for four hours. L. C. Boyle, candidate for attorney general, will speak in Nickersonon ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 August 1896

ftitlT JT. II . ........ ffif . . . M K "if n -W rfT tM A Yyt W e rr&ir If rrt THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OK THE PEOPLE'S PARTI AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON. AUGUST 27, 1896. VOL. 6. SO. 51. CORSET . . DEPART HAVE you that tired, sinking feeling? f so, get one of MARTIN'S CORSETS; it will give you instant relief. We make a business of selling corsets. In our reserve rooms we have thousands of corsets which we must sell. You can have them for a mere song. We have long waist corsets and short waist corsets; corsets for fat people and for thin people; corsets, in fact, of every shape, for everyone, at any price. jjj n KC ea. Ladies' Summer Corsets, the 33c grade, size3 25 and zc O above- Ladies' Summer Corsets, the 50c grade, sizes 25 and above at 39c ea. c rc ea. Style B, Victoria Corsets, heavy jeans, circular hips' IT) in drab and white. At50 C ea. Ladies' Sattccn drab, black and ecru. At98 C ea- Stj lo 198 Kabo Corsets, no brass eyelets to sta...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 August 1896

THE GAZETTE. 2. O. HlTTLITOX ft CO. K. 0. Nettlito.v, Iditot BDTCniNSON, - KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Miss Force is a school teacher in Elk county. Pratt county has a hen wlifch crows ..,.., A formerly of Kansas boy is a pro fessor in Yalo Collcsre. A dark cloud hangs over Cowley county in the shape of a colored col lege. Miss Sweat is a teacher in Smith county, and if she is teaching now the probably does. The old settlers of McPherson coun ty will get together for an old fash ioned time October 10th. Madison Galogly wearily carries it around with as ho fights Russian this tles on a Sheridan county farm. A Topcka man committed suicide this week and the note left for his wife stated as a reason for the rasli act that he was so '-everlasting bash ful." lie must have felt very lonesome in Topeka. While the Abilene orators were talk ing about the hopeless condition of the agricultural classes, J. J. Overstreet was counting over a wad of 82,020 which he had just received for eigh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 August 1896

1 : A k jtu THE FOUNTAIN HEADS OF KEPUBLICANISM. THE MOTORS THAT WILL FURNISH THE POWER TO RUN THE CAMPAIGN, The following is a li.st in part of the members of the Union League Club Com mittee that has been appointed to provide funds to combat the free silver senti nent Each man is possessed of great wealth and the control of much more: NAMK. Occupation. Wealth. JOIIND. ROCKEPKLLKR Manufacturer I25,000,(I00 CORNELIUS VAN'PKKHILT. .....Kailroait 10 ',000,000 C. P. HUNTINOTON ... '.. . . . .7. . . . . . .RnUrondi rrrrr.rrr. . liO.OOO.OOO J. PIEUEEPONT MORGAN' Banker 55.000,000 JOSEPH MILLBANK Banker 20,000 000 ANDREW CARNEGIE Manufacturer 80,000,000 WILLIAM D. 8I.OANK Carpets 15,000.000 JOHN SI.OANE .....Carpets 15.000,000 DAVID DOW8 . .-. Banker 13,000,000 HERMAN O. ARMOUR '. Provisions 12,000,000 BRAXTON IVES Banker 10.000,000 JOHN II. 8TARIN Transportation 10,000,000 (iEOIKiE BLISS Banker SAMUEL- THOMAS Contractor ... . CHARLES L. TIFFANY Jeweler ).K GRAND B. CANNON Hrilroaila 1I1C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 August 1896

IDutcbinson (Swtte. Entered at the poatofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second olass matter. E.G. NETTLETON & CO. Proprietors. TlRMS Of dUBSCBIPTIOrf, $1.00 per Year COnToni C. E. SIDLINGER, TlioDru-ggist Fjescriptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST TICKET. NATIONAL. President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. Vice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia. STATE, Chief Justice, FRANK DOSTER, Marlon Count; Governor J. W. LEEDY, Coffey County Lieutenant Governor, A. M. HAnVKV, Hh a wnee County Secretary of State, W. E. BUSH, Jewell County Treasurer 0. H.HEPFLEBOWER, Miami County Attorney General L. C. BOYLE, Bourbon County Auditor W. H. MORRIS, Cherokee County CONGRESSIONAL. Congrestman-it-Large, HEV. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilson County Congressman (or Sevonth District, JERUY SIMPSON. Barber County SENATORIAL. Senator 86th Senatorial District, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno County Probate Judge, CHARLES ARNOLP, Nlckerion. Superintendeut Public Instruction, G. M. W...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 August 1896

LAID IN ASHES. The Michigan Town of Ontonagon IT WILL NOT Bk REBUILT. Forest Fires Reported It.iRtng Around Iron wood, Mich., and Hurley, Wis. Explo sion st a, Powder Mill A Pulley I Company's Plant Burned. Obebn Bay, Wis., Aujr. 20. Ontona gon, Mich., was wiped out by fire last night The fire has left absolutely nothing of the town, and the scene 1 one of abject horror. Two thousand people who were comfortably housed Tuesday morning are now homeless and without food or shelter. . A message was received from the mayor of Ontonagon at 12:45 a. m. to the mayor of Green Bay asking for as sistance, saying they want tents and food for 1,500 people. Yesterday's catastrophe began with the small fires in the swamp just south of town, to which no attention was paid, as they were not considered dan gerous. But the wind freshened to a gale from the south, the swamp fires were driven into the seasoned lumber piles in close proximity and before ef fective defense could be made the flames were be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 August 1896

DUN'S TRADE REVIEW, j MONETARY CONDITIONS A LITTLE EASIER. Speculation flits Slightly Advanced Cot ton, Corn and Wheat Increased Lum ber Failures Woolen Manufacturing Reports Not Good-Imports and Exports. Nbw YoBff, Aug. 24. R, 0. Dun & Ca'a weekly review of trado says: Political events of the past week had no definite Influence upon business prospects, for the phenomenal varia tione In sterling exchange and the be ginning of Imports of gold may be fairly attributed to the accumulating excess of merchandise exports over Imports, to which attention has been called, exports from New York for the past two weeks having been 20 per cent larger and imports hero 21 per cent smaller than last year. The rapid movement of grain and the un usually early marketing of cotton tend strongly to aid the banking syndicate which has undertaken to regulate for eign exchange. Speculation has advanced wheat over one cent during the week, aorn a mall fraction and cotton five-eights, the principal moti...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 August 1896

What a subtle enemy to greatness U the newspaper portrait. The foreclosure sale of the Sooth Side Elevated Railroad, of Chicago, otherwise known as the "Alley L,"tvi!l take place September 15. The fatter the pig, the letter it likes the mud. God waits to help every man who needs help. The growler is a poor traveling com panion. The broader the way, the more it it traveled. Photography has become such a forg er that a bank of France will print its bills in threo colors as a preyention. The merchant that gains not, loseth. A Wondtrful Pheuomenon. The man who should pats through lite without experiencing a twinse of Indigestion, might b fitly regarded wondoitul phenomenon. We doubt il luch a privileged mortal has e?r ex iHted. Ho, we bore never seen him. Butthoua amis are known to be dully relieved of dyapepsi by Hosteler's Stomach Uitteia, the popular rem edy for that truly natiomil complaint, as well a for fever and acue. debility, constipaUon, rheu matism and kLney trouoles. St Loui...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 August 1896

Dr. F. V. WoodaRD, DENTIST. Office and resldanca in tbe JfcCurdy-Gillutt Building Soulliwestoirner of iliiin and Slier man, opposite Uilfou block, hesldeucu ou third four. LOCAL AND PEBSONAL. Mrs. Kate Maurey is Missouri visit. borne from her Miss Emma Met.ger John Inst week. visited in 1st. Ken Itingle shipped Qt citttle last week. eight car loads Miss Mario Myers went lo Cascade, Colorado last Friday. Miss Alice Pyle, of Stafford, is viaitinp friends in this city this week. Mry. L. M. 1'nll and dan"' home from their vi it in r- - 3Irs. J. L. l'eni;' ftti mi1,M' Tin n ..tolfr from Ler Kmmi, Emt. T 0. J Hob-its started on a six 'tfeefcs tteJt'to the mountains Friday. Mrss Sadie Uertrano left for "Wichita Saturday to complete. a course in abort hand. Miss Cornelia Cattery, jW ho baa been attending college at Lindslierg, is home for a short vacation. Mrs. Earl Richard has returned to her home in Emporia after a visit to her parents iu this city. John Johnson, who was recently con Tict...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 September 1896

I THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1896. NO. 52. SILK SATURDAY, SEPT. 5TH. 59c yd Saturday, September 5th P. MARTIN & CO, will place on sale 4,000 yds. Fine Bress Sillns, Brocaded Armures, Taffetas, Persians, Bresdcns. Moires and Printed Warp Chinas II It I I l . . ! ll. 1 Ml iviau oraers during mis saie win receive the best attention . . MERCHANTS. ' HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS. THE Is located in that section of Georgia traversed by the SOLDIERS' GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY wh'rh Is the only direct through route to tho enpitid of tlic c lony, connecting at Tlfton with the Tif ton & North Eus'erri ilsilroiid for swax (H'itzjrernld.) Hv tlii route, parties from Chleiuio, Indianapolis, Detroit, clevelad und Cin ciniiati can eeoure iileeptTK with only ono c.hanse (in depot at Nn-divtlle) to Tlftoit, anil from St. onis direct without chung-o. Tho section in which tlilj corny is...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 September 1896

TRAGIC LOYE AFFAIR. WWHAPPY KANSAS COUPLE FOUND SHOT. la Pnrent of Joho Hjrtig and Rush Objocted to Their Marrying Keek Death Together Uartig lllu Bush Dying. tvtm worth, Kan., Aug. 31. Mia llartig of Connor, a small place a Uw Missouri Pacific road south Imam here, was found dead in a room mk the National hotel at 5 o'clock Sat- mtdaj afU-rnoon with a bullet hole in tutcfl temple. y his' sido was Miss Mary Bush, a handsome young woman aTFbmeroy, with a bullet hole in her Heft temple. She was still breathing aaaaraodically, though she was be fnad all human aid. Clutched in the dead man's left tml wis a small revolver with two aapty chambers. This, with other ovkleoee, was sufficient to establish iiry sod doubt that Hartig shot the mam and then killed himself. A juteleflon a table in the room and eiK.-d "Nellie" and -".John" was con dauive. ... "Slue two came here about 9 o clock Trnlay night and registered ut the mul as "John Hartig and lady, Con taur station. Kan." Nothing more mt ...

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

su . v v . i n ni a iir m . . h , International pbess CHAPTER VIIiCONTiinJBD. But that day, and other days, passed without my seeing a sign of him. I spent nearly all the hours of daylight on the coast. Again and again I went through the scene which I bad pictured. I stood a few paces from him on a stretch of sand. I reproached him, and exulted In the vengeance which I was about to take. I could see myself raise my right hand, and fire. I could see the man fall lifeless. Over and over again during those weary hours of waiting I acted my part in this drama. I gloried in the thought that he was now famous that life held great prizes which bis hand could grasp. He had cut short my dream of joy. I could do even more to him. I could kill him when the ball of success and ambition was at hla feet. In the first flush of his triumph he would find me waiting for him. Oh, it was well I had been tardy in my acts! I could now take far more than life from my foe! , So day after day I sat or lay o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 September 1896

Tfoutcbinson (Sa3ette. Entered t the poetofflee In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Propriotors. TlRMS Of iDBSCBIPTION, 1.00 PBR YBA8 C. E. SIDLINGER, Til 3Dr-aggist inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson PQPuLMT, NATIONAL. President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska, Vice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia, STATE. Cbief Justice, FRANK DOSTER, Mnrloo County Governor J.W. LKEDY, Coffey County Lieutenant Governor, A, M. HARVEY, Shawnee County Secretary of State, W. E. BUSH, Jewell County Treasurer D. H. IIEFFLEBOWEB. Miami County Attorney General L C. BOYLE, Bourbon County Auditor W. n. MORRIS, Cherokee County CONGRESSIONAL. Congreseman-at-Lnrge, KEY. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilson Connty Congressman for Seventh District, JERKY SIMPSON. Barber Connty SENATORIAL. Senator 86th Senatorial Dlstrlot, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno Connty Frobate Judge, CHARLES ARNOLD, Nlckeraon Superintendent Public Instruction, G. M.WOODSON, Cunningham County ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 September 1896

FIRE (SUFFERERS. 'Distressing State of Affairs at the De vastate) Town of Ontonagon. DIAMOND FRAUD ALLEGED. Two Men Arrested for Securing Frcclotu Stone from a Bankrupt Dealer In New York Oil . under Struck at Cairo, W. Va. Calumet. Mich,, Sept 2. So distress ing has become the condition of the ' fire sufferers In Ontonagon that they have nearly returned to a condition of barbarism. The food contributed is away below the demand, and the strong and able bodied fight back the weak and take sustenance for them selves, leaving the weak to starve. The authorities there have been unable to meet the condition, and yesterday a squad of company D, Fifth regiment, left for the Bre district to protect the supplies aeainst the raid of tbe half crazed sufferers. Gov. Kich was ap pealed to and will send the entire state militia in the upper peninsula toguard the food if necessary. Every soldier is supplied with 20 rounds of ball car tridges and goes prepared for actual warfare. Thieves and pillag...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 September 1896

1 THE GAZETTE. 3. 0. Kirrn.iTox A Co. K. 0. Nettlitom, Edltoi - - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, KAX9A9 ITEMS OF DiTEIlEST. Pittsburg street railways are reach ing oat to other towns. Mr. Herbs, of Clay Center, is faith healer. He ought to be an Indian doctor. The Wellington hand has received a lot of new music including "the band played on." Mr. Hawks is a successful chicken raiser of Douglass county. Hawks are generally successful chicken rais ers. A Burlington man has written sev enty noems in thirty days, and there seems to be no disposition to kill him either. Froglcg is the name of a Holton man. The "last chance" young of Ilia watha have gone back to leap year parties. Since it was reported that "Jack the Hugger," was haunting Ottawa, a large number of visiting girls have ap peared in that town. A Wellington picnic party stole a lot of watermelons. That is, they thought they did, but the melons turn ed out to be gourds. A colored man named Moore, near Leavenworth, has raised a good field...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 September 1896

J. r - The Cause of the American People IS TAKEN UP BY THE NOTED BIMETALLIST M. OTTO ARENDT. AMERICAN FREE COINAGE WOULD BE DISASTROUS TO EUROPEAN NATIONS. NEW YOEK. Dr. Otto Arendt, of Germany, a leader among blmetallists who has received many flattering cer tificates of character from the mono metallic press on account of his recent ly published opinion that freo coinage by the United states alone would be disastrous to bimetallism in Europe, has written an extensive article for the New York Journal, in which he says: Da abendt's letter "The people of the United States have never been called upon to decide a question so impo'tant as that of the coming presidential election. "Persons and parties do not count in this campaign at all the great funda mental principles of modern national life are at stake. Shall these be up held, or shall they be trampled undar foot? This is the all-absorbing ques tion. "Europe, the mighty grandparent of the young colossus, feels in her old bones that ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 September 1896

Dr. F. V. WoodaRD, DENTIST. Office and refldance In the McCurdy-Glllett Ilnllilinz- Southwest corner of Main and Slier man. opposite Wilson block. HcokU'iio.- on tliird toot. LOCAL AND PERSONAL, The citv schools onen September 14 C. L. Foley of Lyons was in town Monday. P. F. Trigg returned Sunday from Colorado. C. M. Williams and wile nave re turned from Colorado. J. D. I3acon lias been visiting liis sis ter, Mrs. W. G. VanZandt. Maury Brown and Harry AVinslow left for Denver Tuesday night. Mrs. Balfour of Quiiiey 111., is visit ing her sister, Mr. E. M. llamscy. Charley Draper started to Lawrence Tuesday toattend the Siato University Married, Perry A. 1'owell of Hutch inson to Ella A. Iligbee of Kingman A. G. Ilenfro of Walnut township lias been in Missouri looking for a lo cation. Ernest Brown is homejfrom his yaca- tion and is now found at his old place in Martin's. There is some diptheria reported in town, Lee Garrett on First East, has been down with it. Quite a larj?e party l...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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