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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 October 1896

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE .PEOPLE'S PARTY A.ND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, ..THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1898. NO. 6. VOL. 7. BOLD TALK LADIES' UNDERWEAR But we have the goods to back the argu ment. Something like a hundred different lines of Ladies' and Children's underwear for you to choose from. AH styles and kinds, from the soft downy, fleece lined garments to the heavy camels hair; ribbed or flat gar ments. Ask for whatever style you want. We have it and at prices that will make you remember "MARTIN'S" as the lowest of "One Price Cash Houses." Ladies1, fleece lined Union suits, in ecru and silver, at 45 C ea. Ladies' "Oneita," fleeced Union suits, iu ecru and silver, atfjQc ea Ladies' "Oneita" natural wool Un ion suits, at " 98c ea. Children's Jersey ribbed, Union suits, cotton, ecru', at , 25c ea. Ladies' long sleeved, Jersey ribbed Vests, at 1 7jc ea. Ladies' heavy fleece lined Vests, flat, ribbed sleeves, 50c ea. Ladies' scarlet medicated all wool vesta an...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 October 1896

THE GAZETTE. 5. Q. Ksttutoh A Co. K. 0. HrmJTOW, Edits . - KANSAS. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTERES1V M0TH1N0 TO EQUAL IT. Mr. Richard Mansfield at Wichita) October 13th. p.miir ban Mich a, dramatic treavW been offered to the people of Wichita as is promised in the coming visit of Mr. Richard Mansfield and his Garrick Theatre Stock Company, who come for one night only to the opera house, on October 13th. Mr. Mansfleia is noted for the acuracy with which he pre sents all hi performances, and noth ing has been omitted; as a consequence the expense and magnificence of all his productions are tremendous. His company, too. is larger than ever be fore, comprising sixty players. It be hooves our theatre-goers to under stand tho great cost that the local management has sustained in bring ing such a distinguished actor and company to this city, and it is to be hoped that the attendance will be large. Parties living out of the city can order seats of Manager of Opera House and a reduced ra...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 October 1896

: ,n AC rfr " JOHN EULI.S HI got the Bloomlrvflr Hldlot drunk. Now, h!f HI ean keep Mm jfik until the Mort gage his rlod hold Hengland will be Mistress of the world for a thosuand years to come. FROM EUROPE. DELEGATES TO THE INTERNA TIONAL AGRICULTURAL CON GRESS. Confreit at Bad-Peth Pledge Support of Sliver ad Send a Cublegruin to Jttr. Bryan, Special Cable by Ballard Smltt. London, Sept 20. The following Is telegraphed me from Buda-Pesth by one of the English delegates to the In ternational Agricultural Congress: "Buda-Pesth, Sept 20. The following cable message signed by the delegates to the International Agricultural Con gress, called at Buda-Pesth by the Hungarian Minister of Agriculture, has been sent to William Jennings Bryan, headquarters of the Democratic party, Chicago: "We, the undersigned members of the National Agricultural Congress, .convened at Buda-Pesth, wish you suc cess in your struggle against the do mination of that creditor class, which, during the last twenty-...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 October 1896

H3utcbto8on Cfoette. Entered at the poxtofHce In Haiohlnson, Kansas, as second olass matter. E. G. NETTLETON & CO. Proprietor. tanas or Subscription, i.00 pubTbab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST TICKET. NATIONAL. President of the United States, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska, Yice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia, STATE- Chief Justice, FBANK D03TEU, Marlon County Qorernor J.W.LEEDY, Coffey County Lieutenant Governor, A. U. HARVEY, Shawnee County Secretary of State, W. B. BUSH, Jewell County Treasarer D. 0. HEFFLEBOWBR. Mlaal County Attorney General L.;C. BOTLE, Boarboa County Auditor w. n. MORRIS, Cherokee County CONGRESSIONAL. CoDgreMman-at-Large, HEV. J. D. BOTKIN, Wilton County CjnfTesamaa for Seventh District, JERKY SIMPSON. Barber Connty JUDICIAL.. Jatlge of the Appellate Conrt, W. A.DENNISOX, Of ButlerCounty. iti SENATORIAL. Senator 3Cth Senatorial District, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno Connty COUNTY. IVoSato Jadg C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 October 1896

Dr. F. V. WoODARD, DENTIST. Office and re.ldnnce in the McOurdy-GIUett Building gouthweat corner of Main and 8ner man. opposite Wilson block, llesluence on third four. , JJR. J. W. MAGUIUE, SPKCIAIjIST, ..n Diseases of Eye, Ear.'Nose and Throat. Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Offloe In M .eonlo Temple, Uatcbluton, Kansas. LOCAL AND PERSONA!.. B 8. Treat returned Saturday from a week 'a visit in Kansas City. C. W. Dunaway returned trom a visit to Lamed Monday.' It you live in town and have not reg istered do so at once. Remember Oct. 23d is tlie last day of grace. The band boys returned from the Kansas City Carnival the last of the week a little the worse for wear. Quite a thunder storm Friday night. Something new and novel for so late in the season. . , Mrs. Dora Shinier and children from Topeka, are here visiting lelatives and friends. J. E. Harris returned the first of the week from Denver and the west where he has been taking in the sights. Mr. and Mrs. W. Kellum of Indian apol...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 October 1896

SILAS WOODSON DEAD. CAREER OF A FAMOUS MIS SOURI GOVERNOR ENDED. TTm riorn and lUlaed In Kentucky, bat Came to MIourl In 1854 Practiced Iw, f'Orved Long- on the Beuoh and In 1878 Was Elected Governor. . St. Joskph, Mo., Oct. 12. Ex-Gov-ernor Silas Woodson, one of the best known and most noted of the early settlers of Missouri, died at the Sis ters' hospital in this city at 6:3C last night, after un illness extending over a period of nine months. His dnath resulted from the infirmities Incident to old age, Silas Woodson was born in Knox county, Kentucky, May 18, 1319, and spent, his boyhood on his father's farm, attending school whenever op portunity offered. At the age of 20 lie was admitted to the bar. Three years later he was elected to the gen eral assembly of Kentucky, and at the expiration of his term as a legis lator he was appointed circuit attor ney for the Twelfth judicial district, in which capacity he served for Ave years. In 1849 he was sent to the Kentucky constltutioan...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 October 1896

'DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS OUR RURAL READERS. FOR How Snceassfal Farmers Operata Tola Department of tha Farm A Fw Hint to the Can of ll Stock and Poultry. ' HE Iowa experi ment station drills in scoring dairy ' (Mien canierTis well asgjg-ug tney wasnDiirmoney in eggs. teaches how to make good butter and cheese of the milk. This is as it should be, says the ' Waverley Republi can. Farmers would all like to be good Judges of dairy cows, as good as ex pert feeders of steers are in selecting steers that will feed to good purpose. The trouble is that we all thought not so very long ago that a good beefy cow would put the feed into flesh when dry and into milk when in milk, and beat any other cow at both jobs. We have most of us found out by painful experience that this is not so, all of us, except some few writers that don't do any milking, And most of us have had to adjust our reckonings with no chart or com pass of the new course. We have found that the fat, blocky cow is...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 October 1896

" Let the gcluNien explain. A ConaerTailro Friend of Silver Aslta Somo Very Pertinent Queatlona. The poplo of tho United States bavo yet to hear from tho gold mouometal lisrs of tho Republican party and from thojgold rnouometullista lately of tho Democratic party an intelligent defense of their position. The evils of gold monometallism are positive, existent, already demonstrated. The evils which might attend free silver coinage, arc still purely .supposititious, theoretical, predicted, perhaps logically, by scientific rensoners, hot still to bo' manifested. While vro coined gold and aiivor nq W" ""til 1S73. 110UO of these disasters which are gupposra to nttend npon free silver coimiRO befell us.' Since v.e stepped that coinage all the evils which tho closest stmlents re gard as inscpnniblo from gold mono metallism bavo fallen to tho lot of the nation. ., It is time for tho advocates of the single gold standard to check themselves in tho easy occnpation of asking ques tions and answ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 October 1896

ttTf IT www THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1896. NO. 7. Wh eat is G o i ng up: If you haven't sold yours, you are lucky. Sell right now, fill up your wallet and strike out for r:af f) Big doin's there! Lots of business; no useasking why. Everybody knows. PRICES TELL! What's the matter with Lindell LL fine brown factory for 4c yd. Feather, ticking is al ways interesting at this time of year. We give you a standard A. C. A. for 12ic yd. Our comfort mak ers are busy just now. Big ones, with 5 pounds batting inside, tied by hand, are selling them selves for S1.50 each. If vou can't come, sret p. martim & m:er.ci3:-a.itts. HUTCHINSON. - mm fit '2'?$$ Si I I ! i .TV'.. iiLtTu , tin' FRANK COLLIDAY, No. 16 North Main street. Hutchinson, Kansas jt.0 Making Hot Cakes. In the morning Is now the duly of many a housekeeper and the new crop of buckwheat Silsbee o Scott, succors. WIHNE & SILL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 October 1896

ENTIRE TOWN GONE. ALTATA, MEXICO, WIPED OFF THE MAP, Not a Building Left Standing One of the Results of the Terrible September Storm Cloudburst From the Hills and Tidal Ware From the Sea. San Francisco, Oct. 10. On the last trip of the Paciflo coast steamship Ori zaba up the Gulf of California the offi cers and crew of the vessel were sur prised to find one of the porta they make regularly, wiped off the earth. When the ship reached the mouth of the river Culiacan, in the state of Sina loa, the little mining town of Altata, which had stood there on the Orizaba's last trip, was gone. Not a building was left standing. This was one of the results of the terrible stcrm which played havoc on the mainland coast of the Gulf, Septem ber 17 and 18. The storm was a sort of a composite affair, partaking of the nature of a tidal wave and cloudburst. Torrents rushed down from the hills back of Altata and met the tidal wave carried in from the sea, and the town was obliterated. Many of the mines ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 October 1896

DAIRY AND POULTRY, INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Bow Socoeaefol Farmer Operate ThU Department of the Farm A Few Bint to the Care of Live Stock and Fooltry. - f' 'hmvm. 3 4 i F LATE, fashion' ables in this coun try have taken to work in thedairy, says Chicago Chronicle. The fad is not new by any meano. Mario An tolnette, when tired of court gowns, courtesies and in triguos, went to her lairy, which has a place in hlS' tory. .What "tho beautiful Austrian woman" did was, of course, iml lated, and French women of high Jegree were soon busy making butter, The Princess of Wales, who had been i brought up in the most democratic fashion by the sensible DanlBh king, found that actually milking the cows tt Sandrlngham and superintending the dairy gave her better health than all the medicine of the court physician, Tho Princess Maud also learned to be an adept and no dalrv maid in that- British isle can beat young royalty making butter. Some time ago that favorite. Fannv Davennor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 October 1896

llDutcbtnson (Sa3ettc. Entered at the poetofflce In Halctalneon, Kamiae, 8 second olaea matter. E. G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. rBM8 Or 1.00 phTiab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist V descriptions a Specialty. North Main Street lIutchinBon POPULIST TICKET. NATIONAL. President of the United States, ' WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. Vice President, THOMAS WATSON, Of Georgia. STATE. Chief Juatice, FRANK POSTER, Marion County Governor J.W. LBEDY, Coffey County Ueatotnant GoTeraor, A.M.HABVBT, Bbawnee County Secretary of State, W.l. BOSH, Jewell County Treesnrer D. H. HBFrTJSBOWIE. Miami Coanty Attorney Oeseral l.:C. BOTLB, Bonrbon County Auditor W.H.MORRIS, Cherokee Coanty CONGRESSIONAL. Congreseman-at-Large, BKV. J. D. BOTK1N, Wllaon Coanty Congressman for Seventh District, JERKY SIMPSON. Barber Ceanty JUDICIAL. Jidge of the Appellate Court, W. A. DENNISON, Of Butler Conntr. SENATORIAL. Senator 36th Senatorial District, FRANK C. FIELD, Reno County COUNTY. Pr obate Judge, CHARLES ARNOLD, Ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 October 1896

Dr. F. V. WoodaRD, DENTIST. Offlce and roldnc In the McOurdy-GIUett Building gouthweat corner of Main and Sber inn, ojipoeite, Wileoa block. Itesldeoce on third foor. JJB. J. W. MAOCIKE, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasrea Scientifically Adjusted. Oiflce hrtfi sonic Temple, Untcnlntou, Kanaaa. LOCAL AHD PERSOHAL. Mr.J.M.McVey has been on the sick list this week. Rev. J. G. Smiley of Stafford, was In town Friday on business. Mrs. Ed Moore left Friday morning to visit with relatives at El Dorado. Charlie Winslow of Nickerson, visi ted In this city with his family, Sun day. L. A. Bigger made a business trip to Oklahoma, the latter part of the week. If you think money as scarce, see the statement of the First National Bank in this issue. Wash Thomas was taken to the In sane asylum Sunday evening. He has been taken there twice before. The Hutchinson cigar factory is in operation again. Tbey bad to stop work for a couple of weeks waiting for tobacco. A number of ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 October 1896

THE GAZETTE. . O. KimiTOK & Co. A. K. 0. NaTTLlTOK, KdltO HUTCHINSON, - KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEKEST. The mere fact that Mr. Coonfield lives near Bronson is no sign that hun ters have any better show there than in other parts of the state. The toughest game of poker in Kan sas is said to bo at Abilene. A man who gets into it leaves all hope behind, and when ho gets out of it ho leaves till his cash behind. Every time a new lawyer locates at Wyandotte the last one before linn laughs and thinks he has unloaded the iU on another fellow. There are now about 150 lawyers in the county It is never reully safe to leave Kan sas. A family recently moved from Norton to Chicago, and their littlo girl fell down an air shaft four full stories, breaking both arms and one leg and knocking out several teeth. To anybody but a Kansas boy or girl this would have meant sure death, as it is the little girl will get well. A Minnesota editor having intimated that these stories about Kansas corn sta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 October 1896

INTERVIEWS TllE MAJOR. MRS. LEASE FAILS TO PUT MC KINLEY ON RECORD. B IVontTalk on the Itino Socialism to Great - a question fur hU Compre henalon. A Lack of Confidence Mark Site Mar. . The New York World publishes an interview which Mrs. Lease recently bad with Major McKinley. The inter view in part is as follows: "After discussing Kansas politics, in which discussion the Major become the interviewer and elicted a synopsis of the political situation in that state, we chatted pleasantly of our Scotch lineage till I remarked: 'Scotland is the only mation of the civilized world upon which the money breeders have not placed the octopus of mortgaged in debtedness.' A startled look, half fear, least he had given utterance to an ungardcd statement, half defiance lest I should pursue the subject further, leaped into Major McKinley's eyes, 'What a pity,' I continued, 'that we have not imitated in this country the example of the Scots. The gold owners have purchased us body and sou!.' No rep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 October 1896

Old tolllera Heellntf. T;be Reno County Ol-i Settlers' Asso ciation will hold its annual session in the Auditorium in this city, on Wed nesday, November 11. A splendid pro gram has been made up, and it is ex pected that this will 'be oZ: nt bfi8t picnics ever held by the association The following pmpram has been pro vided, and Riven to the public by Hon. II. D. Freeman, chairman of the com mittee: The annual meetlne will be called to order promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. .Music. Ivocation, KevrJobn Payne Music. ,. Address of welcome, Hon. Win. M, Whitelaw. Music. Annual address, by the president of the association . Report of the secretary. Report of the treasurer. Report of the committee on necrol ogy. Reports of other committees. Music. Dinner. 12 o'clock a. in. to 2 o'clock p. m. AFTERNOON SESSION. Music. Annual address, Rev. Richard Cord ley, D. D., Lawreuce, Kansas. Rev. Cordley is one of the old settlers of the state, and was a residence of Law rence, Kansas, when the city was bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 October 1896

rkBl THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1S96. Wheni Winter 7 h fi.w J " and chase cheerfully up and down your back through the rifts and seams in your .belated summer underwear, then's when you'll think of and Winter Underwear Taney striped wool underwear for men-soft as '. a baby's face-taped scams-very good value at price C5c each Soft Camels Hair, underwear for Men. Finished with Mohair braid yests or drawers . 30c each Men's heavy wool underwear, natu ral grey in colorf-very warm and ser viceable &0c ccch Have you a tender skin? Can't wear wool? We've an underwear to make you happy-heavy, soft, luxnr ions, fleece-lined-can't icratch even if you waut it to 49c each Next week-we'll tell you underwear. 6MRTI Merchants. HUTCHINSON, - - KANSAS. Now is a good time to send us a mail order. S FRAPJK COLLIDAY, No. 16 North Main street. Hutchinson, Kansas. Do You Expect a liav- Vel Of Flour t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 October 1896

Secretaries Herbert and Lamont Wi Make Many Recommendations. THE GEOEGIA LEGISLATURE. ill Organise by Electing Robert Bernei , President of the Senate and H. A. tit. Jcnklm Speaker of the Horn 1ST" Armenian Befog;. New York, Oct 28. A Sun special :from Washington says: Both the sec retary of war and the secretary of the nary will urge in their annual reports . to the president the expenditure of i large suras of money during the next fiscal year to better protect the nation .from foreign attack. Secretary Her bert will urge the building of addition battleships and torpedo boats and will outline a plan for enlarging the navy iuntll it has at least 20 battleships and 200 torpedo boats. Secretary Lamont has already indl '.cated that the next congress should (appropriate at least 816,000,000 to con' tinue the project now being carried tout for coast defenses. The sec retary will also urge legisla ition to establish,, the three-battalion formation, which has been (adopted by the armies o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 October 1896

Ballot for Reno County, Kansas. ' County Clerk's Office, Hutchinson, Kansas, October 23, 1096. ! i published prior to elections (except township ani municipal officers), the following are the nominations made for National, State and county Officers as will appear on the official ballot at the general election of November 3, 189G. peals, Central Division i Department. t u , 7t.li Cong. Distant. , .'iUi'i Senatorial Dist. v-f , ; h Rep. District, 7T- V)i3trici, n LL DEMDCBATIC. I HATIDHALJEMOCRATIC. MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROftD PMPLES PHffT. 1 REPU 3HCAH, j For President, For President, POPUDSTl For President, For President, . ., jHlNG. WILLIAM J. BRYAN. JOnN U. PALMER, FoTnt, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. WILLIAM McKINLEY. t, For Vice-President. For Vice-President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. For Vice-President, For Vice-President, f ON. ARTHUR SEW ALL. SIMON B. BUCKNER. THOMAS rWATSON. THOMAS E. WATSON. GARRETT A. HOBART. Uss.mark, thus Electors will make a cross-marfc, thus Electors will make a cross-mark thus E...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 October 1896

A. ... ., -'.!--. y 1 - v ;:. v.... . ... .1. a-V.U J 5'.. VI- '. - ?; r2 i ... . i'a v. ,. - !r UA'3 &:'' -4 m - J .- J -. - - ' '-. ft.;-... ... " , PITCHED BATTLE. A Posse Exchanges Forty or Fifty Shots with Stage Robbers. EGG THROWERS ARRESTED. Two Yoathi Admit Their Guilt of Interfer ing with the liryan 1'arnUt) at Chicago A Wheat Tta.il Wrecked Fli "Tf Ow-joajrd and Drowned. Ia . . " AlbuqukhquS, N. M., Oct 28. A dispatch received here from Fort Stan ton says that members of a hunting party which passed the post a fow hours before stated that they learned ,from ft ranchman with whom they "turopad Monday night, a lout 30 miles northeast of the fori, that one of the posses in pursuit of the outlaws who held up the San Antonio-White Oaks stajje a few days a go had come up to them and that a pitched battle had en sued. Forty or SOshots were exchanged. One officer was killed outright and another is thought to ho mortally wounded. There were four men In the party of bandits. One...

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